CNAME config is not working

I have a static website hosted on AWS S3 on this address - http://www.leogrinstein.com.s3-website.us-east-2.amazonaws.com

I then configured the CNAME as it’s recommended on Cloudflare (see attached image)

I don’t have a clue why https://leogrinstein.com/ is not working.

Could someone help me here?

In the image, you have a CNAME record for www.leogrinstein.com, but you are saying that leogrinstein.com does not work.

If your canonical URL is www.leogrinstein.com, then the best solution would be to create a redirect from leogrinstein.com to www.leogrinstein.com. To do this, create an AAAA record in your DNS, like this:

And then create a Page rule as shown on number 3 on this #CommunityTip: Community Tip - Best Practices For Page Rules

Hi Michael,

https://www.leogrinstein.com is also not working, and getting the same error message: DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN, which basically means I have a misconfiguration or problem with my DNS.

Maybe it’s because I have 2 accounts on CloudFlare with the same domain (leogrinstein.com). One of them was created by an old web hosting, and I don’t have access to it anymore. I am not sure if it’s the issue, and I need CloudFlare’s help to solve this problem.

I have page rules to deal with the www and https.

I was able to delete the old account. And I found out my DNS problem was not related to this issue. I am still looking for help on why www.leogrinstein.com is not working on CloudFlare.

BTW, I followed the instructions of this article - https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/360037983412-Configuring-an-Amazon-Web-Services-static-site-to-use-Cloudflare

And it’s not the first time I set up an AWS S3 website with CloudFlare. I am very familiar with the process. There is something very weird with this situation. And my website if offline, unfortunately.

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