No ips associated with my dns records

I have a problem, I have multiple dns records but, even the dns server dosnt have any ips for them. So then I try to go to any of the pages the

Hmmm… can’t reach this page

server IP address could not be found.

And yes I have done a ipconfig /flushdns and deleted the website and created it again.

Welcome to the Cloudflare Community. :logodrop:

That is not necessary and only serves to slow down troubleshooting.

Without knowing the domain, all we can really do is guess. Common issues that result in failed name resolution can include incorrect DNSSEC or domain status issues at your registrar. If you are willing to share your domain, Community members can look at it and offer more informed advice. You may need to use </> Preformatted text to prevent the forum software from turning the name into a link.

This is my domain name that I have issues with, Im thinking of moving it to Cloudflare if its not fixed

And I have not setup dnssec because of my registrar dosnt have the option for a DS record

One more issue I have is that the SSL cert cannot get the _acme-challenge to work eighter so the SSL validation dosnt work.

Yet, it is DNSSEC causing your issue:

Domain Name:
Registry Domain ID: 2170364224_DOMAIN_NET-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server:
Registrar URL:
Updated Date: 2023-03-18T22:48:53Z
Creation Date: 2017-10-03T21:12:06Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2023-10-03T21:12:06Z
Registrar IANA ID: 839
Reseller: PRO ISP AS
Domain Status: ok
Name Server:
Name Server:
DNSSEC: signedDelegation

That won’t work until the DNSSEC problem is cleared up. If your registrar does not expose DNSSEC management capabilities, you may need to contact them for assistance.

What if I revert the site back to my registrar and disable dnssec from there then move it over to Cloudflare?

None of that is necessary and only servers to over-complicate the issue by adding additional variable for no reason. You should not need to change your nameservers at your registrar to remove or update DS records. You need your nameservers set to Cloudflare before you can transfer a domain to Cloudflare registrar anyway.

While you certainly can transfer your domain to Cloudflare if you want, I would encourage you wait until you have fixed your DNSSEC. Also make sure that you are familiar with the Cloudflare registrar terms of service. Use of Cloudflare nameservers is mandatory and your domain will be subject to an ICANN sixty-day transfer-lock. Neither of those is terribly burdensome, as long as you understand the ramifications and are prepared for them.

What do you make of this " We found no DNSSEC data in the lookup against the external name servers you have set for the domain. You must enable DNSSEC on the name servers you use before it is possible to activate it with us. "

This message is from my registrar. I tried to upload the DS record to the zone file but no luck there. it removes the DS record and overwrite the zone file

Have you enabled DNSSEC in you Cloudflare DNS settings? That errorsounds like you should do that.

The relevant instruction at your registrar appears to be here:

Just that you now, my registrar isnt Realtime Register, but proisp that is the reseller for Realtime Register so I doubt that Realtime Register can help, but I will try to get hold of proisp on Monday to get them to help me :slight_smile: anyways thankyou for your help. Have a great week and weekend.

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Were you using this guide?

Hopefully ProISP support can help you tomorrow if that guide does not.

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