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I have set up an elastic IP for my EC2 instance on Amazon Web Services.

I have also set up the correct Record Sets in Route53.

However, when I try to add the name servers that are given to me into GoDaddy to point to my domain, I am getting an error:

You entered invalid characters. Valid characters include letters, numbers, and periods.

There are four name servers and they look something like this:

ns-***.awsdns-**.com. 

ns-****.awsdns-**.co.uk.

ns-***.awsdns-**.net.

ns-****.awsdns-**.org. 

Where the *'s are numbers. It also won't let me add more than 2 name servers as it is.

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The solution is very simple. When you enter the Nameservers in the GoDaddy management console, remove the “.” dot at the end of the nameservers

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