Could not issue a Let's Encrypt certificate: DNS zone contains an AAAA record, but the domain is not assigned an IPv6 address in Plesk

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    Tino Korth | DrehPunkt GmbH (Edited )

    If you're securing your domains with Cloudflare the problem can also caused by the configuration of SSL at Cloudflare.

    Turn on "Full" unstead "Full (Strict)" mode, secure your domain and re-enable "Full (Strict)" after the issuing worked well.

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    Gary Moylan

    always getting this, the cloudflare fix above, fixed it. Thanks. 

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    diego.a.biscaia

    Thansk Tino Korth | DrehPunkt GmbH solve my problem. It was exactly this configuration that was missing.

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    Olivia Merinos

    Thanks Tino Korth | DrehPunkt GmbH. I spent several hours doing this, I even removed the bind service from the server, thanks a lot for this.

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    Omer Sabic

    For me, the problem was very different. I had the same error as above and I'm also using Clouflare. But the problem was that I was "challenging" all foreign traffic with a JS challenge by using firewall rules. Making an exception for URIs that contain ".well-known/acme-challenge" is the solution in this case. It has nothing to do with DNS, IPv6 or AAAA records.

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    Andre Kasper

    I've got the same problem, but IPv6 IS assigned in webhosting access and to server (and it's also pingable). I'm lost how to fix this. I don't want to remove the AAAA Record, because it's correct.

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