Modify DNS nameservers

I built a personal website on cargo and wanted to assign my personal website to a new domain name, so I bought a domain name on Cloudflare, and then I asked cargo staff to help I’m doing association processing, they reported the following problems, I don’t know how to solve it

You can easily do that

1.Go to DNS Manger at your Cloudflare
2.Select the type of Record as Nameservers then add ns1.cargocollection.com in record and @ in name
3. Repeat the same process and add ns2.cargocollection.com
4. Then everything is done setup

Any problems you can revert back .

Unfortunately, no as far as OP domain is registered with Cloudflare Registrar:

If the domain name is registered at Cloudflare Registrar, unfortunately, currently you cannot change the nameservers if you use Cloudflare as a domain registrar. Currently, Cloudflare Registrar only lets you use Cloudflare name servers.

Kindly, use the below article for the instructions how to configure your domain name with Cargo service:

Steps you have to do:

  1. Login to the Cloudflare dashboard using your Cloudflare account.
  2. Select your domain name.
  3. Navigate to the DNS tab.
  4. Click on the “Add new record”.
  5. Select CNAME as a type from the dorpdown menu.
  6. For the “name” field enter www.
  7. In the “target” field enter subdomain.cargocollective.com
  8. Make sure it’s :grey: (DNS-only).
  9. Click on “Save”.
  10. Click on “Add new record”.
  11. Select A as a type from the dropdown menu.
  12. For the “name” field enter @.
  13. In the “IPv4 address” field enter 192.0.2.1
  14. Make sure it’s :orange:.
  15. Click on “Save”.
  16. Navigate to the Page Rules.
  17. Click on “Create Page Rule”.
  18. In the first field enter yourdomain.com/* (replace with your real domain name)
  19. From the dropdown menu select “Forwarding URL”.
  20. Next to it, “select status code” choose “301 Permanent Redirect”.
  21. In the input field below enter https://www.yourdomain.com/$1 (replace with your real domain name)
  22. For “Order” select “First”
  23. Click on the button “Save and Deploy”.
  24. Navigate to the SSL/TLS.
  25. Make sure it’s set to the Full (Strict) SSL.

Helpful article how to manage DNS records at Cloudflare for your domain name:

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I thought that the website was registered using other web-host

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