So, we have bought a site from another owner. The site was already on cloudflare. We now have it hosted under a new hosting account - just finished setting it up, cloning it, etc. Read to point the domain to the new host - usually I’d just cnange the nameservers, but since this site is already on cloudflare, some googling tells me that what I really need to do is update the IP address on cloudflare.
My question is, which one? When I log into cloudflare and pull up the site, and go to DNS (this is free version by the way), there are quite a few "a’ records, etc., There are 10 A record entries, 3 CNAME entries, 1 MX entry, 1 SRV entry and one TXT entry. Only the A name entries look to have a spot to update IP address. Do I update for each and every single entry I see? Or just the one specifically tied to the domain name (and then assume that the rest get auto updated or something?) Just want to make sure I am doing this correctly. Thank you!