Your DNS status will give you an idea of what steps to take if there are any issues with setup. The different status’, as well as their meanings, are as followed:
Legacy Resolved - This status means that your DNS record setup is working correctly, except that the A Record is pointing to an old (legacy) IP address. For proper SSL implementation, you must update your domain’s A Record to the new IP address.
Resolved - Everything is working correctly! The A Record has been configured to point to the correct IP address and the website should be found live on the custom domain.
Resolving - The A Record has been configured to point to the IP address but has not fully propagated to all root nameservers. It can take up to 48 hours to resolve DNS changes, and some computers may see it updated faster than others.
Not Resolved - The DNS setup is incorrect and an A Record has not been configured to point to the IP address (126.96.36.199). Refer to this article for a guide on how to point your domain to our IP address.