We’re trying to set up Cloudflare for the domain for our town museum rayleightownmuseum.co.uk, we’ve followed the instructions for repointing the NS records, and those changes have been applied, however the rest of the process seems stuck.
Looking at the DNS, it seems the SOA record is pointing to the domain registrar value, should this have been changed to Cloudflare as well? The DNS FAQ implies it gets switched over automatically when the NS records are changed?
rayleightownmuseum.co.uk. 3599 IN SOA ns1.interdns.co.uk. admin.interdns.co.uk. 1447254827 28800 7200 604800 3600
rayleightownmuseum.co.uk. 3599 IN TXT “v=spf1 include:_spf.interdns.co.uk mx a ptr ~all”
rayleightownmuseum.co.uk. 3599 IN MX 30 smtp-tri.interdns.co.uk.
rayleightownmuseum.co.uk. 3599 IN MX 10 smtp-pri.interdns.co.uk.
rayleightownmuseum.co.uk. 3599 IN NS kate.ns.cloudflare.com.
rayleightownmuseum.co.uk. 3599 IN NS fred.ns.cloudflare.com.
I got this information from Google Apps dig, where the NS record changes have propagated. However when I lookup the domain on www.nominet.uk/whois the NS records are shown as:
If I do a lookup locally I get the right answer:
primary name server = fred.ns.cloudflare.com
responsible mail addr = dns.cloudflare.com
serial = 2030176827
refresh = 10000 (2 hours 46 mins 40 secs)
retry = 2400 (40 mins)
expire = 604800 (7 days)
default TTL = 3600 (1 hour)
This change was made at the end of last week and showed up at Google immediately, so we are slightly confused.