Please see this article on how to set up CloudFlare
Once you have set up a CloudFlare account, and Palisis has completed the configuration, we will be ready to launch.
We will be in touch with you to co-ordinate the updating of your domain's nameservers to point to CloudFlare, please wait until you've received the green light for us so we can co-ordinate the launch and ensure no issues occur.
Where do I change my nameservers to point to Cloudflare?
Make the change at your registrar, which may or may not be your hosting provider. If you don't know who your registrar is for the domain, you can find this by doing a WHOis search. Follow the instructions in our support guide to change nameservers to Cloudflare.
Where can I find my Cloudflare name servers?
Under the DNS app of your Cloudflare account, review the Cloudflare Nameservers.
Changing nameservers at the most popular registrars
Below is a list of links to articles that describe how to change the nameservers for popular registrars. Contact your registrar's support center for the most accurate information.
- Google Domains
- Fast Domain
- Network Solutions
Should the cloud icon beside my DNS record be orange or gray?
By default, only A and CNAME records that handle web traffic (HTTP and HTTPs) can be proxied to Cloudflare. All other DNS records should be toggled to a gray cloud. For further details, visit the support guide about which subdomains are appropriate to proxy to Cloudflare.