The name is resolving now.From http://dnsviz.net/d/longdalespeedway.net/dnssec/ it looks like DNSSEC was turned off and now the name is resolving fine.On Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 10:59 AM <mtroup AT gmail.com> wrote:I am working with a client who has two domain names and previously they had a lot of unnecessary dns entires for services they no longer have. I have cleaned up the DNS zone files, but still am unable to get longdalespeedway.net to resolve via Google Public DNS servers. They are using GoDaddy's default DNS hosting and their longdalespeedway.com is working properly. I have verified that the DNS entries for longdalespeedway.net are pointed at the correct host and it seems to resolve on other public dns servers but I simply cannot get it to resolve via Google. Any advice is welcomed.--Thanks,Marty
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