I am not familiar with your AWS application but typically be it an Apache server, or ISS, or a control panel like cPanel then there will be something they may call by the names “vhost” or “ServerName”, “ServerAlias”, or “Accepted Domain”, “Subdomains”, or “Aliases”. Whatever they might call it, more or less its about the same thing to match the incoming requests “Host” header to the respective application internally.
In your AWS portal is there any settings by the names I said above?
I am using route 53 in aws for DNS setting. I am not too sure what u want me to check.
so we the whole thing look likes this
booking cname to booking.xxx.com and in route 53 booking.xxx.com has an A name record points the ipaddress
So the CNAME is proxied , but does it also point to an hostname which is already using Cloudflare maybe?
Have you tried using a different Web browser, or tried clearing your Web browser cache?
How about using a Private window (Incognito mode) or a VPN connection if possible?
Is it the same behaviour on your mobile phone (4G LTE, mobile data, cellular)?
Maybe, was you sub-domain configured to redirect somewhere else like a “mobile sub-domain”?
ssl is working before using cloudfare
current it is on full ssl
the hostname point to is not on Cloudflare it is on route 53(from aws)
i tried access from different devices and different networks, they have the same issues
i dont have the mobile redirection on