NS setting don't changed in 24 hours after update

It can take every bit of 24 hours to see, but google sees it now.

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I’ve had some that fluctuated for 48 hours until it settled in.

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:+1: thanks


still waiting :unamused:

obvious contradiction

Now would be a good time to open a Support Ticket:
Login to Cloudflare and then contact Cloudflare Support

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Hi @artur.yudin.88, I don’t see a contradiction. The star around your name servers from your DNS tab is informational and what you changed them to with your current domain registrar. We’re starting to see that change propagate. The Okay thought bubble is wrapped around your current domain registrar and the status of the zone on Cloudflare, in this case (I guess) because .ru details are not returned by whois, we’re not showing name of the current registrar and expiry details and because we’ve not been able to verify the name server change, we’re showing as not active. Here’s that area for a domain moved to Cloudflare:

On the DNS tab, have you clicked the Re-check now option?


that’s what’s weird

I pressed the “Re-check” button so many times that I thought I broke it

This is what the support of:

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Careful with those toggles, they don’t grow on trees, you know :wink:

Edit got the ticket number. I’ll keep an eye on it. Reply back to the ticket with any additional details.

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you are right i need to be careful :smile:

It seems to be propagating, I think it’s just a matter of time. You can check here, https://dnschecker.org/#NS/cni.ru

The real positive sign will be when whois shows the change

$ whois cni.ru
nserver:       ns3-l2.nic.ru.
nserver:       ns4-cloud.nic.ru.
nserver:       ns4-l2.nic.ru.
nserver:       ns8-cloud.nic.ru.
nserver:       ns8-l2.nic.ru.

it’s good news :+1:

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