Registrar is Network Solutions. DNSSEC doesn’t appear to be enabled. DNS was hosted by the web hosting company and Network Solutions appears to want a paid account with NS at Network Solutions in order to use DNSSEC.
Created a Cloudflare account and updated Network Solutions 72 hours ago to point name servers to Cloudflare servers. DNS hasn’t fully propagated - Google and OpenDNS for example show Server failed when resolving this domain. What’s holding up the propagation?
Here’s a sample error for users sending email:
550 5.4.312 Message expired, DNS query failed(ServerFailure)
Server at foleybezek.com (0.0.0.0) returned 450 4.4.312 DNS query failed [Message=ServerFailure] [LastAttemptedServerName=foleybezek.com] [EDE=6 (DNSSEC Bogus): () (ServerFailure)
This doesn’t seem to affect everyone sending email - I can send to them without any delays or errors.
@DarkDeviL Thank you, You’ve provided the key to solving this. I was misled by Network Solutions documentation that I found that indicated that you need a paid service to have DNSSEC enabled. In my Network Solutions advanced tools page, there’s also NO DNSSEC button that shows up in their documentation.
When I reached out to Network Solutions support, they confirmed that DNSSEC is on. Updating the keys at Network Solutions and I have Cloudflare publish the information as well.