During setup, Cloudflare tries to scan all public DNS records for your domain. And then it shows you what it finds, then gives you the opportunity to add anything it missed. At that point, your Cloudflare DNS should match all the records your current host has.
Once you switch name servers, your site will work just as it did before, and hostnames set to receive Cloudflare’s enhanced services.
Without using Cloudflare’s name servers, Cloudflare can’t route your traffic through their proxy servers to provide these enhanced services.
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