Hello I need support here, my web page was down for a couple of days now, I am not able to fix it
Below is the error :
An error occurred during a connection to
travellersdairy.com. Cannot communicate securely with peer: no common encryption algorithm(s).
Error code: SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP
My website works before, recently, IP was changed by the internet provider and I changes that IP in DNS settings and afterwards the webpage not working
Below steps was checked :
Your SSL/TLS encryption mode is Full (strict) → Enabled
SSL/TLS Recommender → Marked Yes
Edge Certificates → Active status
Always Use HTTPS → Marked Yes
Opportunistic Encryption → Marked Yes
TLS 1.3 → Marked Yes
Automatic HTTPS Rewrites → Marked Yes
Certificate Transparency Monitoring → Marked Yes
Origin Certificates => HOST: *.travellersdairy.com, travellersdairy.com (2 hosts)
Expire: Jul 26, 2036
Authenticated Origin Pulls → Marked Yes
Could this help a bit?:
Try the suggestions in this Community Tip to help you fix SSL ERROR NO CYPHER OVERLAP in Mozilla.
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Does it mean your website is on a new Web server?
therefore, which could have some Firewall and not let the Cloudflare either to connect?
or something other in between like misconfigured SSL certificate and accepted SSL ciphers (maybe RSA, but not ECDSA or vice-versa) from your hosting provider vs. the Cloudflare Origin CA certificate which you have used (maybe you have to re-install it again?)?
or the TLS version set to to high, maybe lower it to TLS 1.2 at Cloudflare dashboard?
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