catalogo.pentesgaspar.com.br is not proxied, hence you are connecting straight to your host. This is also why disabling the Universal certificate does not have any effect, as that certificate is not related to Cloudflare.
https://www.pentesgaspar.com.br on the other hand will fail, as you dont have a certificate on Cloudflare now.
I’m connecting directly to my host with catalogo.pentesgaspar.com.br because when I activate the proxy for cloudflare the error caa_error continues and the browsers have the error SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP (firefox) or ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH (chrome) and the page does not open
Sorry, I have been having this problem for some time. Trying to solve it. And he had disabled universal certificates in an attempt to stop the universal certificate of the subdomain catalogo.pentesgaspar.com.br from presenting a problem.
Apparently any subdomain that is active on cloudflare in that domain has an error
So SSL is enabled again, however the certificates couldnt be issued yet. It seems to be a validation issue and as you are on a partner setup you best contact your host at this point. They should know what is necessary from their side in this case.
To ask what? The domain is managed by them, not Cloudflare. They probably need to set up certain DNS records for the certificate to validate, but that is something they have to know as partner of Cloudflare.
Hello. The settings in CloudFlare are ok. The settings at the provider (A2Hosting) are ok. The caa_error errors in the universal certificates do not disappear and the website catalogo.pentesgaspar.com.br presents the error ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH
When I disable CloudFlare everything works.
It seems to me to be a problem with universal certificates.
I’ve checked everything according to each tutorial and Cloudflare step by step and everything is ok.
That is what I have been saying three days ago and which is also evident from your screenshot. Again, you need to clarify this with your host, so that they set whatever domain verification settings are necessary for Cloudflare to issue the certificates.
You can also contact Cloudflare’s support, but I rather doubt they would override that and manually issue them. Your host is a partner and should know exactly what to do.