Je n'ai plus accès au mon site depuis son nom domaine

Hi

When I go to my site with jobatschool .fr the site is accessible. I took my domain name from ovh and modified the name servers as requested. Since then my site is no longer accessible.

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Lorsque je vais sur mon site avec jobatschool .fr le site est accessible. Mon nom domaine je l’ai pris sur ovh j’ai modifier les serveurs de nom comme demander. Depuis mon site n’est plus accessible.

The nameserver change hasn’t been made by OVH yet…
https://cf.sjr.org.uk/tools/check?0601b22bdb6842a19094c288e1d77ef5#whois

Hi @sjr

The update of the nameservers on OVH to use those of Cloudflare is complete. However, now my site is no longer accessible from jobatschool. fr

https ://cf.sjr.org.uk/ tools/check?709754aa850342c8b97a7758a9b703d2

La mise à jour des serveurs de noms sur OVH pour utiliser ceux de Cloudflare est terminée. Cependant, à présent, mon site n’est plus accessible depuis jobatschool. fr

At that time Cloudflare hadn’t yet generated your SSL edge certificate, it now has and your site should be working.
https://cf.sjr.org.uk/tools/check?e66f426d2d9a4f449910018b472061f3#connection-server

Make sure your SSL/TLS is set to Full (Strict) here…
https://dash.cloudflare.com/?to=/:account/:zone/ssl-tls

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Hi @sjr

Thank you for your quick response regarding my Cloudflare setup, which appears to be working fine. I’m not very familiar with the topic, and would like to know if this configuration can impact sending emails to a mail relay server, such as Mailtrap or Sendgrid.

Je vous remercie pour votre réponse rapide concernant ma configuration Cloudflare, qui semble fonctionner correctement. Je ne suis pas très familier avec le sujet, et j’aimerais savoir si cette configuration peut avoir un impact sur l’envoi d’e-mails vers un serveur relais de messagerie, tel que Mailtrap ou Sendgrid.

The stuff about the SSL/TLS won’t have any impact on your email traffic.

However, when you are migrating to Cloudflare, you also need to migrate over any existing DNS record(s) that are required for your current setup to continue working.

For example, if your email program has been configured to connect to smtp.example.com, and that you didn’t copy over the record(s) for smtp.example.com, when migrating the example.com domain to Cloudflare, then you will encounter problems after having changed the name servers, because the smtp.example.com name does not exist any more.

Any DNS record(s) you require for your existing email set up to continue will therefore need to be copied in to Cloudflare.

Hi @sjr @DarkDeviL,

I fear that my previous communication was not clear enough. To clarify, I have not yet migrated my domain to Cloudflare and have no plans to do so at this time.

However, I noticed a problem recently: I no longer receive emails on my relay server, such as SendGrid or Mailtrap. I wonder if Cloudflare could be causing this problem. If so, could you guide me on any necessary configurations? When looking at my relay’s DNS records, I noticed that some parts are now marked red. I’m not sure whether I should adjust my configuration on Cloudflare or redo the entire process using the information provided by OVH.

Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

Je crains que ma communication précédente n’ait pas été suffisamment claire. Pour préciser, je n’ai pas encore migré mon domaine vers Cloudflare et je n’ai pas l’intention de le faire à l’heure actuelle.

Cependant, j’ai constaté un problème récemment : je ne reçois plus d’e-mails sur mon serveur relais, comme SendGrid ou Mailtrap. Je me demande si Cloudflare pourrait être à l’origine de ce problème. Si c’est le cas, pourriez-vous me guider sur les éventuelles configurations nécessaires ? En examinant les enregistrements DNS de mon relais, j’ai remarqué que certaines parties sont désormais marquées en rouge. Je ne suis pas sûr de savoir si je dois ajuster ma configuration sur Cloudflare ou refaire l’ensemble du processus en utilisant les informations fournies par OVH.

Toute assistance que vous pourriez fournir serait grandement appréciée.

With your explanation above, including the screenshot from your first post, that seems to indicate otherwise?

From my end, it looks like the domain’s name servers has (successfully) been moved to Cloudflare DNS now.

Cloudflare itself wouldn’t be causing any problems, however your own configurations (e.g. your DNS record(s)) might be, as I indicated with the post above.

None of the DNS record(s) from your image seems to have been added to your Cloudflare DNS.

:point_up_2:

That part about copying in the required DNS record(s) from your previous set up is what you’re missing.

So is this part where I need to make changes?

Correct.

Because you have migrated the name servers to Cloudflare, that place is the only place to make changes to your DNS now.

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