When “@” (and “www”) A record of one of my domains is proxied (orange cloud), Cloudflare redirects its visitors (those who type mydomain.com and www.mydomain.com on their browsers) to the older IP address of my older server (not the one I currently defined under A records),
and because I removed that domain of mine from my older server, so it isn’t hosted there anymore, but because Cloudflare still redirects visitors there, they simply get 404 error page.
However when the cloud is gray (unproxied), all the requests go to the correct IP address (the one that those records currently have)
Any idea what’s going on?
Tried purging all, tried removing the domain and re-adding it again into Cloudflare, nothing helped. I even never added that old server IP of mine into A records, but weirdly, CF NS’s redirect my users to that IP when it’s orange clouded.
I have never used any SaaS platform in the past (not even once)
My older server was a simple, Plesk server with a single public IP.
I then set a new server from an another dedicated server hosting provider, and moved my domain’s DNS’ to Cloudflare. (My domain was not even on Cloudflare before, when it was hosted by the prior server)
I’m going to send you an email about the domain I’m having issue with.