I own a domain,
At my registrar, the NS records of my domain point to
Now I would suppose that when I add NS records on Cloudflare (in the DNS settings on
cloudflare.com) pointing to
ns2.myhostingprovider.com, ... (the name servers for my hosting provider 8-)) that I'd be able to resolve
A.B.C.D, the IP of the server on which my hosting provider has my site for
When taking out the Cloudflare "middle man", this works flawlessly.
However, the configuration including Cloudflare does not work.
Does anyone know how to resolve this?
Or if it were intentional, could someone explain me the use of NS records in the Cloudflare settings it they can't be used in this way?
(I know I wouldn't be able to use Cloudflare's caching, protection, etc. in this configuration. This is not the objective... =))