Follow the directions in this Community Tip if you’re on a FULL plan and you see the error “No A, AAAA or CNAME record found (Code: 81053)” on the DNS tab. See Community Tip - Fixing No A, AAAA or CNAME record found / ERR NAME NOT RESOLVED for information about adding other DNS records.
A CNAME (Canonical Name) record forwards one domain or subdomain to another domain, does NOT provide an IP address. If you’re missing a CNAME record, on the DNS tab of the Cloudflare dashboard, you’ll see an error “No A, AAAA or CNAME record found”. Note that adding a CNAME record should not be confused with a CNAME Setup / Partial Setup, that is addressed in this Community Tip - Using a CNAME setup / Partial setup.
If you see the error “An A, AAAA or CNAME record already exists with that host. (Code: 81053)”, it means either the CNAME record you are trying to add is for SSL verification for a partial setup and the zone is on a FULL setup; there is no need to add the CNAME record for SSL verification. Or, it means a DNS record with the same name already exists and needs to be deleted before you add a new record.
If you are on a CNAME setup / partial setup, you will need to add the CNAME record at your authoritative DNS, not on the Cloudflare DNS tab. Contact your DNS provider for details.
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