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Point your DNS back to your actual host? Might be the only short term solution, though DNS propagation times kinda rule that out :/

That's a no-go if you transferred your domains to Cloudflare Registrar.

Something something all your eggs in one basket :)

Seems like even other registrars might rely on Cloudflare (e.g. Namecheap) so now people have to continuously ensure there’s no cross-pollination between their infra providers...

I think the only option here would be to change our name servers at registrar level to point to AWS and recreate all DNS records there, but then you have to deal with name server propagation.

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