When issuing the certificate I get an authorization error

Good morning Let's team.
Thank you for your cooperation.
I issue a new certificate for my syte tantrayamorconsciente.com
When issuing it I get an authorization error:
"Invalid response from https://acme.v02.api.letsencrypt.org/acme/authz-v3/168246901222"
Details:
Type: urn:ietf:params:acme:error:dns
Status: 400

Can you provide me with the TXT acme.challenge? So I can add it to my DNS records.

I don't know how to find out the value of _acme.challenge to add my TXT

Hi there, welcome to the Community.

First a few things that strike me as odd from your post:

In the correct URI for the ACME server, the first label actually is acme-v02 with a dash instead of a dot between the two parts. I don't understand why your error message would get that incorrect? Did you actually copy/paste it?

I'm not sure why you're asking for a TXT challenge, as you're currently trying to get a certificate using the http-01 challenge, not the dns-01 challenge.

That said, I'm not sure why you're getting that error. My go-to DNS debug sites don't really seem to have an issue with your domain:

https://dnsviz.net/d/tantrayamorconsciente.com/dnssec/ notices 2 warnings, but no errors.

Unboundtest at https://unboundtest.com/m/A/tantrayamorconsciente.com/64OYKGIO also resolves fine.

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