NS records not recognized on public DNS

How is it that I can resolve DNS records for my domain staceytarrant.ca from the NS servers registered with Cloudflare:

But the Cloudflare public DNS servers e.g 1.1.1.1 and many other (but not all) public DNS servers like Google and Quad9 don’t even have an NS record for the domain(staceytarrant.ca) from whois or the registrar?

You have a DNSSEC issue…
https://cf.sjr.org.uk/tools/check?636aba6604c14ed4bde979f39033e583#dns

You need to either disable DNSSEC at your registrar, or enable it at Cloudflare and copy the DS records to your registrar from your dashboard here…
https://dash.cloudflare.com/?to=/:account/:zone/dns/settings

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Finally… someone who understands my problem. Thank you @sjr I am working through it now. That site is what I needed all along, I presume from your handle, that you are a representative. Thanks for creating it.

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Such an assumption can be dangerous. @sjr is an esteemed and valuable member of the Community, but not a Cloudflare representative. You can recognize Cloudflare staff accounts by the :logo: badge on their avatar. The badge straddles the image and the area outside of the avatar to prevent forgery.

I hope your DNSSEC update has things working properly for you very soon.

I think the assumption is that @sjr is a “representative” of cf.sjr.org.uk :wink:

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That is certainly a reasonable assumption. :grinning:

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@Laudian seems to have understood me.

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I’m sorry that I misinterpreted that. I just wanted to make sure you stay safe out here.

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