I am furious, I’ve had Cloudflare for a decade now and I never had a problem. Ever. Till now, I don’t understand why a power outage at one data center will affect so many services like this and it wasn’t caught earlier and failed over. One of my subdomains is pointing to the correct IP, but 22.214.171.124 is responding with a completely different IP. How was supposed to discover this, if I didn’t stumblingly fall onto it?
bugzbunny.net this domain is not using Cloudflare as the name servers.
They appear to be DNS101.REGISTRAR-SERVERS.COM and DNS102.REGISTRAR-SERVERS.COM. Does your zone show that it is active and not pending validation?
Yes, Cloudflare might not have recently scanned your name server setting to noticed an issue, so it would pick up right where it left off. At worst, it may have noticed, and would remind you to point your WHOIS to the Cloudflare name servers you were using before, then it’ll re-scan at some point and go active again.
Thanks, it actually started working as normal, pretty quickly from 126.96.36.199 at least, just need to wait for propagation. I am sorry guyz, I really thought it was Cloudflare that broke it. I would probably have figured out what went down if I had my Linux machine and debugged it. I just quickly assumed it was Cloudflare problem because I read reports about accounts getting switched around.