I posted about this back in January, but that post was mistakenly flagged as spam and subsequently removed. How a genuine support query can be classified as spam is beyond me, but I am not here to quibble over semantics and community guidelines.
Understandably, I am hesitant to repost the same issue lest it legitimately qualify as spam this time around. However, I have little choice in the matter. This forum is the only official support avenue for issues with 184.108.40.206, and I still have an unresolved issue that is interrupting my workflow.
There is a particular* web site that will at times fail to resolve. Both 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 timeout while resolving the domain. Using another DNS server works, and I can manually input the IP address into the browser to access the site.
(* I am omitting the domain name intentionally, in the event that its inclusion in my first post was somehow seen as advertising. If requested, I will provide the domain in question.)
What is peculiar is that nearly all other domains I use on a regular basis will continue to resolve normally during this time. And if I try the problem domain at another time or on another day, it might end up resolving properly. Lastly, I have yet to find any other domains that behave in this manner.
I do appreciate your time and help in this matter, as I would very much prefer to continue using CloudFlare’s DNS.