Why do other sites have RSA certificates but the main domain name does not…
It looks like your domain is in a non-standard configuration.
Are you using Cloudflare’s Chinese CDN setup?
Other than what you see in the certificate, is something not working?
Really thaks for your reply(～￣▽￣)～!
Yes, I’ve add this domain through Plesk server and managed it by partner. The difference with other resolution records is that this root domain name conflicts with the MX record, so I directly point to the IP assigned in Partner.
I think I should try to connect the CNAME to the CF when I have the opportunity, but I am worried about some interruptions, because the CF service is not fully used.
It’s not a serious problem, I just confused about it hahaヾ(≧▽≦*)o
This needs to be fixed. It’s not a good idea to point an “A” record at a proxy address when that hostname isn’t proxied.
The MX record doesn’t even point to your domain.
Thanks again for your help!ヾ(≧▽≦*)o
With your reminder, I understand that the CNAME of CF can inherit MX and TXT records, so I can safely point to the CNAME of CF.
The network environment in Mainland China is relatively special and it is far from the edge nodes, so I have to use some services provided by local providers in China. Therefore, through the service provided by a specific DNS service provider, the mainland and overseas resolve to different service providers.
Now this problem is solved very well, happy!
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