I set a rule for my former IP Address but didn’t make my IP Address Static So Now I’ve Moved From Texas To Florida and no longer have my old IP Address. Which means now I cannot log into my Cloudflare account.
I did give Cloudflare permission to change settings because I had a feeling I’d make a stupid mistake like this. I have very limited entry level knowledge of networking administration.(Just Saying if explaining please offer step by step).
My question is the following:
How can I make my Android IP set static to my old IP address? Is this even the safest or reasonable solution?(My cell phone IP for now, but how about my network?)
Can Cloudflare just remove the rule I made? Who do I talk to about this? (Honestly, I’d prefer this solution. However, with step 1 I don’t need to reconfigure my entire network)
If neither of those are the best solution for logging off my account. What do you suggest?
I see a rule inside Cloudflare. No Lie, I had no idea what I was doing. But I remembered thinking, for now I didn’t want anyone but me to be able to access my server.
To answer your question directly, I’m a goof ball that locked myself out of my server by making a rule inside of Cloudflare. I set a rule that only allows my IP Address To Log In.
When I click on “support” or “contact us” it takes me to the same useless page that is a Q&A.(Okay, probably NOT useless but it isn’t helping this situation). Could You Provide A link to emailing, calling, or live messenger support?
And no, I can’t login because the rule for logging in has been set to where only 192.168.x.x:xxxx can access it.
I am new to Cloudflare and well server setup in general . I was supposed to set 192.168.x.x:xxxx as my static address but thought I could do this after I moved since it was sudden, short window, and had no time to do it before.