It says that I should adjust my DNS servers to those of Cloudfire.I have a question about this.
Can I also register the Cloudfire DNS servers as a glue record with my registrar and then enter my glue record as a DNS server? Because I would like to have my domain as DNS server in the Whois and not others.
I don’t need a business account on Cloudflare for this.
I have to make the GlueRecord at my registration office.
My question is whether I am allowed to record the DNS servers of Cloudflare as GlueRecord or not.
I would like to have these DNS servers in the Whois e.g.: dns1 mydomain com and dns2
But behind them are the two Cloudflare DNS servers, which I have registered with my registrar as GLueRecord.
My question was, does Cloudflare support that the DNS servers of Cloudflare are not in the Whois, but are resolved via GlueRecord?
There is another feature of the business plan called CNAME setup. This will allow you to use your own customized nameservers with your registrar, and use Cloudflare to protect the domains/subdomains that you want.
I’ve used it and it works pretty fine. However, you’ll obviously need some external nameservers (the ones provided by your registrar or your self-hosted ones).