Yesterday, I was browsing through my website and suddenly, I got a DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN error. (
fluxum.eu.org is the domain)
I still can’t access the website because of that. Is it a DDoS attack/nameserver issue and is anyone else experiencing this?
i’m using Cloudflare’s nameservers but they seem to work fine
EDIT: MonstaFTP transfers show a 404 Not Found error and Cyberduck FTP connections show DNS lookup/connection error.
I guess the IP has changed
now is 184.108.40.206
as far as I can see, your custom NS currently returns the correct IP (220.127.116.11)
and I assume that your device left the old IP in the DNS cache and it needs time to retrieve new values
When I remove the Cloudflare nameservers, the site loads, but when i’m using Cloudflare nameservers, it doesn’t. I’m experimenting with the nameservers and I just set both Cloudflare and
byet.org nameservers to see if anything changes.
check if the A records in the DNS section on Cloudflare contain this IP 18.104.22.168
NOTE - each change in DNS takes time to become active
You’ve added a new domain name to your account, just changed your nameservers or recently modified some DNS settings. However, they aren’t working yet. You’ve discovered already that it’s not working yet because of something called “DNS Propagation”. But what does that mean?
Introduction to DNS
Before you can understand how DNS Propagation works, you need to understand how DNS itself works. So let’s start with that.
Servers on the internet are identified by a set of numbers called an IP addres…
No, they don’t. The only A records it has is ns1 and ns2 I created, which point to 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 as adviced by MOFH.
You should have mentioned MOFH right away
Ah, so what should I do? (is MOFH problematic with Cloudflare?)
I’m not familiar with MOFH, so I can’t answer you.
Please wait for someone else’s answer (you probably won’t wait long).
So, Cloudflare is now installed on the domain and nothing works once again. HTTP ERROR 500
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