cl. 172800 IN NS a.nic.cl.
cl. 172800 IN NS b.nic.cl.
cl. 172800 IN NS c.nic.cl.
cl. 172800 IN NS cl1.dnsnode.net.
cl. 172800 IN NS cl-ns.anycast.pch.net.
cl. 172800 IN NS cl1-tld.d-zone.ca.
cl. 172800 IN NS cl2-tld.d-zone.ca.
;; Received 512 bytes from 126.96.36.199#53(188.8.131.52) in 49 ms
It seems that you have changed the nameservers to point to Cloudflare’s before you added the site to your Cloudflare account. This is a security risk, and won’t work as Cloudflare checks for responsive nameservers before adding your site. As they have not been assigned to your domain yet, they won’t respond and you’ll most likely see the error example.com is not a registered domain.
Thanks for the answer.
How can I check if my nameserver is responsive? What im trying to setup is basically a Shopify store. NIC.cl only allows us to add the nameservers and nothing else. Is there a way to replicate what I have previosuly done with other nic.cl domains? Now its no longer banned:
What should be the nameservers I should use for Cloudflare to recognize the DNS?
Im sorry to be such a pain in the a**, I have read all your other responses regarding nic.cl but none made sense to me. This guys are the worst (NIC).