Hosts storage is too large, so can not link | 162.159.192.1 is blocked

  • The hosts storage is too large, resulting in Service Dnscache, thus making it impossible to link to Cloudflare WARP.

  • dns port 53 is polluted and resolves to the wrong address, resulting in the inability to link to Cloudflare WARP, it is recommended to change to another port! Port 5353 is occupied by the system Dnscache, you should not be able to use it.

  • You should not be able to use it. You can link it normally: disable warp-cli disable-connectivity-checks option should be placed in Preferences Connectivity.

  • 162.159.192.1 is blocked, making it impossible to connect to engage.cloudflareclient.com and connectivity.cloudflareclient.com Should report 162.159.192.1 to 162.159.255.255 or 1.1.1.1, 1.1.1.2, 1.1.1.3, cdnjs.cloudflare.com, ns. cloudflare.com, ajax.cloudflare.com

Hi @AISS,

Is there a Cloudflare trouble you are reporting or you are looking/asking for alternatives to using Cloudflare?

Thank you.

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I’ve been reporting this for months, but it’s still not resolved in the latest beta. Version 2024.1.7.1