So I have an older cloudflare account. I’ve moved my domain a couple times this month to new hosts, finally we’ve settled on a new host. Because of the move, I went and deleted all the records from the DNS with cloudflare. Not sure if I needed to delete them or not, but I did. The host we now have also handles our domain name, so we’ve gone ahead and pointed our domain name servers to cloudflares. So my question is: will a records and such be automatically pulled from my host and put into cloudflare, or is that only done when using the cpanel app? My host no longer uses the cpanel app, and they told me to simply point the name servers to cloudflare and it would all be automatic, but I think they might be mistaken because I’m still getting the warning messages:
An A, AAAA or CNAME record was not found for the www subdomain. The www. subdomain will not resolve.
An A, AAAA or CNAME record was not found pointing to the root domain. The .com domain will not resolve.
It’s been only like 14 hours, I know it can take 48 hours for dns changes, but I wanted to know in advance how this works, if I need to manually add the records back or not.