Yep! I do this for my development subdomain(s). Just add a new A record for your subdomain on the DNS tab and point it to the host.
Thanks Andy! I will check it out.
Yes. The more complicated version of that mainurl.com on wpengine and mainurl.com/members on another host (without changing the host name) requires using our ENT only resolve override feature in Page Rules.
But your can point your subdomains anywhere you like using DNS and Cloudflare proxies each (or not depending on the settings) to the host you’ve specified.
Problem: store.ratedsecure.com will not propagate or load. Do I have too many A records? Can you recommend a fix? I do not have cpanel access to vultr by design.
FYI: Please note your name servers before Cloudflare:
Your name servers on Cloudflare:
A mail points to [redacted by Cloudflare staff] Automatic
A ratedsecure.c__ points to [redacted by Cloudflare staff] Automatic
A store points to [redacted by Cloudflare staff] Automatic (Note: this is a 3rd party Store Building Host called FSI).
A www points to [redacted by Cloudflare staff] Automatic (Note: this is a 3rd party WordPress Vultr.com)
MX ratedsecure.c__ mail handled by mail.ratedsecure.c__ Automatic
The record has propagated, it’s just being proxied by Cloudfare currently. You can stop the proxying by changing to to next to the DNS entry for store in the DNS control panel. If it works when grey clouded, you might check with the provider of the ecommerce software if they support proxying through Cloudflare for security/ content acceleration.
I get the same page/ response whether I go direct to origin or through Cloudflare. So it’s either the wrong Ip or a configuration issue at the provider. Doesn’t appear to be related to Cloudflare specifically.