###2-I trying to put cloudflare name server to work ssl
“That’s something you should learn yourself when you intend to manage your own DNS zones. Alternatively, you could move your domain name back to our nameservers, which are automatically configured to point to our nameservers.”
I didn’t get it.
I trying to put cloudflare name server to work ssl.now my site went dow
and I don’t know why.It is redirecting to freenom.world.
have a look at:globlaactive.ga
I think that I will try to set up ssl from infinity cpanel in last case.
###4-site is down now.
now…my site is down.
the name servers that I added in freenom is from cloudflare.
one more time:what ip do I put here? I put one of 2 ip from freenom,is it right?
globlaactive.ga does not seem to be registered, but
globalactive.ga's DNS and website is currently handled by Cloudflare.
I can’t see exactly what IP address Cloudflare forwards to (one of Cloudflare’s features is that they hide that information), but I’d guess you entered an IP address of Freenom there. That’s probably incorrect.
You need to use the IP of your hosting account with us if you want to show the website you’ve uploaded to our servers. How else would Cloudflare know to get the website from our systems?
I would like to remind you that the only supported way of using our hosting is by using our nameservers. While it’s possible to use third party nameservers, like Cloudflare, this is not supported or recommended, and could cause unexpected issues and downtime for your website. But if you insist on using third party nameservers, this is how you find which DNS records to use: https://infinityfree.net/support/find-your-ip/
###3-mx record because cloudflare “is asking.”
“Also, if you’re using Cloudflare, why not just use their SSL certificates? And if that’s the plan, why do you need to set up MX records?”
that’s what I trying so hard:use just ssl certificate.I trying to set up mx record because cloudfare is asking.
I guess that mx record is required to work ssl.but I think is not true,right?
MX records control which hosting provider handles inbound email for your domain. On it’s own, it has nothing to do with SSL.
The only relation between MX records and SSL is that most SSL vendors require you to verify domain ownership through email. If you don’t have the right MX records on your domain, that doesn’t work.
But Cloudflare doesn’t do email verification, they verify domain ownership through nameservers.
Cloudflare still warns you about the missing MX records because most people want to be able to receive email on their domain. If you don’t want that, you don’t need MX records and you can ignore Cloudflare’s warning.