Error 520 - All webites with Cloudflare

Hey,
I have been using Cloudfalre and Bluehost for almost a year,
So far I haven’t had a problem.

For the last two days, all my sites have gone down and I’m getting a 520 error.
I contacted Bluehost and they claim the problem is on your end.

can you please help me My sites:
Moodwellness. co
Error 520 Ray ID: 73d43d7f583a28b7

boulder-israel. co.il
Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.

Boluderisrael. com
Error 520 Ray ID: 73d447707ab69ed1

Thank you

Hey there,

I understand the problem here. However, a quick workaround while further investigating 520 errors is to either make the record DNS-only in the Cloudflare DNS app or temporarily pause Cloudflare.

For the full doc read this: https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003011431-Troubleshooting-Cloudflare-5XX-errors

@neiljay
Hi thanks for the reply,
But I didn’t understand what you are suggesting.

Is pausing Cloudflare your solution?

And for which addresses do I need to make the record DNS-on?

Thank you,

Yes, indeed. temporarily pausing the Cloudflare solution for a while. After a while check that in a incognito browser and resume the same.

For the records that are proxied. Only for temporary to check

@neiljay , Sorry but I’m a bit confused.
Are you doing the test for me or am I supposed to do it?

I assume you are the owner of the domain for which you ask for assistance. This means, you’ll have to do it.

I don’t know what I should do.
The following instructions appear in the manual you attached:

If 520 errors continue after contacting your hosting provider or site administrator, provide the following information to Cloudflare Support:

Full URL(s) of the resource requested when the error occurred
Cloudflare cf-ray from the 520 error message
Two HAR files:
one with Cloudflare enabled on your website, and
the other with Cloudflare temporarily disabled.

Try temporarily disabling the Cloudflare and check

I did disable Cloudflare and got the error: Internal Server Error

What I can do now?

Now you can get Bluehost involved to work with you on the server error, as they will no longer be distracted by Cloudflare IPs for as long as you have Cloudflare disabled.

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