I’ve got a site on Cloudflare that’s working great. It has DNSSEC enabled and I’d previously transferred the domain to Cloudflare’s registrar.
I am not the site owner, and to keep things appropriately compartmentalized, I want to move the site from my personal Cloudflare account to the site owner’s Cloudflare account. I’ll continue admin’ing things, but moving it to his account makes it easier for Cloudflare to bill the site owner directly.
I’ve already got the site’s DNS and everything set up properly on the owner’s account, and I simply need to change the nameservers to do the switch. However, before I pull the trigger, I want to make sure that having DNSSEC enabled won’t screw anything up here. Do I need to disable DNSSEC before changing the nameservers, or can I simply make the change and trust Cloudflare will handle the migration without issue?
tl;dr - domain on cloudflare (dns and registrar both) on my personal account. want to move the domain to a different cloudflare account. dnssec is enabled and working and I don’t want to screw that up; can i just change the nameservers, or do i need to do something else first?