DNSChecker.com reports two ip addresses for a migrated website

I have been using the free version of Cloudflare. I have a domain registered with Cloudflare and the DNS settings point here too. The hosting site was AWS.

About two weeks ago I moved the website from AWS to hostinger.com. The website moved without any issues and I made the appropriate ip changes to the DNS settings.

When I run DNSchecker.com against the domain, it reports 2 IP addresses. Both addresses have green checkmarks, and all of the DNSs that are listed are seeing both IP addresses.

This is the first time that I have seen this issue. Is this a problem? If so, where do I start looking for the 2nd IP address? I have looked at AWS and I have checked the Hostinger DNS settings, and they are pointed to Cloudflare.

The website address is proxied.

Any guidance to correct this error (if it is an error)?

Thank you

It is not an error. It is the expected behavior when

You will normally see two IPv4 and two IPv6 addresses that belong to the Cloudflare proxy. They may not be the same addresses in all regions. Sometimes three addresses are returned. As long as they are Cloudflare IPs and you have the correct origin IPs in your Cloudflare dashboard DNS app, you should be fine.

Thank you for that information.

The only follow-up question would be should I proxy the website address?


Only you can answer that question. The page I linked in my previous reply should have information that can help you with that decision.

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