Anyone notice non-proxied A records returning proxied IPs?

As far as I can tell, even deleting and re adding the record doesn’t restore the proper resolution.

If anyone’s got any info we’d appreciate it! Can provide more info if it helps anyone.

For the record, this host has never been proxied and here’s what a query returns

;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, rcode: NOERROR, id: 59367
;; flags: qr rd ra ; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 4, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 0 
;; QUESTION SECTION:
;; de-hel-mx1.partsbadger.email.        IN      A

;; ANSWER SECTION:
de-hel-mx1.partsbadger.email.   1231    IN      A       198.54.117.200
de-hel-mx1.partsbadger.email.   1231    IN      A       198.54.117.197
de-hel-mx1.partsbadger.email.   1231    IN      A       198.54.117.198
de-hel-mx1.partsbadger.email.   1231    IN      A       198.54.117.199```

I’m not really sure if I am understanding correctly. That domain doesn’t seem to be hosted on Cloudflare, nor do those IPs belong to Cloudflare.

The IP seems to belong to namecheaphosting, and the nameservers are in the same IP range, and that range isn’t being announced from Cloudflare’s network.

thanks for the feedback and checking out the IPs.

After a more careful review it turned out that the domain registration had lapsed (through not fault of cloudflare I might add). Appreciate everyones time

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