Again, for the umpteenth time, this is another post about the “Failed to lookup registrar and hosting information” error.
As always, CF says it’s user’s fault, not theirs. Google returns about 232 results for the query [site:cloudflare.com “lookup registrar and hosting information”]
I’ve created a test domain to illustrate this situation. These are the steps:
Go to freenom and register a new domain, for example: akuar.tk
Use default freenom nameservers, and enter an IP as ‘A’ record.
Wait until your domain, NS and DNS records are recognized by all the testing tools:
Notice that I’ve chosen the ‘Cloudflare resolver’:
I have even installed an SSL certificate in my apache server and created a valid website.
Cloudflare must admit there’s a problem, or at least give more information about what’s really happening.
Bonus experiment: find a website with a free TLD (.tk, .ml, .ga, .cf, .gq) and try to add it to your account. For example: indokoran.tk
You can also check the guide Community Tip - Fixing Failed to lookup registrar and hosting information Code: 1110 but that doesn’t solve the problem.