Hi, I’ve been user of Cloudflare for a while but I’m having a trouble now, I explain my situation.
I have a domain (that is in fact registered though Cloudflare domains) that was pointing to a site in a hosting. As I’m moving to another hosting (Siteground) I can’t seem to make the site work and I’m lost between the 2 interfaces. I tried deleting the configuration from Cloudflare and start from scratch but without any success.
It seems to be a DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN error and I think that maybe I should add manually some DNS records? But I don’t get why with other sites I own these DNS are automatically added and precisely this domain that is hosted with Cloudflare seems to be more problematic.
Thanks but still don’t get it. So, you are saying if my site is on Siteground and domain on Godaddy (for example) the domains are added automatically but if the domain is on Cloudflare, all the DNS (A, CNAME, MX, etc) need to be enter manually? I think there must be something I’m not doing right.
Any tips or manual to put all the DNS manually?
I’m not an expert as you can see and I get lost in these things. I liked from Clouflare that was always so easy to set up in my experience.
Nope. When you add a domain to Cloudflare for the first time Cloudflare adds all DNS entries to the DNS section automatically. When you delete them they are gone. Then you need to re-add them manually.
I really deleted the whole domain from Cloudflare (not the DNS records) since I thought it was easier to start from scratch than make manual adjustments since I had moved the site to another server.
But it was added this second time (and a third one, of course I tried again) completely blank, without any DNS entry.