I am currently trying to disable the free SSL from Cloudflare on the main domain (
example.com) but I want to be able to continue using it on the subdomains (*
.example.com), I have tried to create a rule to disable the SSL but when I do it I get the error “Too many redirects”.
Thank you for asking.
You can disable or change the SSL option to some on a specific path or a sub-domain by using Cloudflare Page Rules.
Sounds like you’ve used or are using Flexible SSL and/or doing redirection from HTTP to HTTPS on your origin host/server?
Otherwise, you do not have a valid SSL certificate installed at your origin host/server for your naked (root) domain?
Have you had
Always Use HTTPS and/or
Automatic HTTPS Rewrites options enabled too?
Thank you for your response
I am currently using Full SSL and have disabled https->https redirection from the origin host.
Before migrating to Cloudflare the SSL was displayed correctly, so I assume it was correctly installed.
Yes, they are enabled. Should I disable them?
This is the rule configuration I’m using
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