December 27, 2022, 10:51pm
Keep getting errors 1000 and 1003, says causing problems with internal Cloudflare servers. Is there a way to find historical or older DNS settings or look up from name servers to get dns records that were working, but no longer working now, likely from proxy problems?
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General Information about Error 1000
This tutorial covers Error 1000 - DNS points to prohibited IP, which looks like this:
This error is most commonly caused due to one or more DNS records in the Cloudflare dashboard pointing to a Cloudflare IP address. It can also be caused if your DNS record(s) reference another reverse proxy. In this tutorial, we will focus on fixing the most common cause, DNS records pointing to Cloudflare IPs. If you see this error, follow the steps below and do…
If you made the DNS changes, you can find some older records by using the audit log in your Cloudflare dashboard. There is a community
# for that, too. tutorial
If you deleted your DNS records (for whatever reason) and now don’t know what the values should be, this tutorial may help you find them!
Log into Cloudflare and on the account home page (where you see your domains listed, click ‘Audit Log’
If you have more than one domain, you can use the domain filter to show only events relating to the domain in question
Find an entry (or entries) here that look like:
with the action ‘delete’ and the domain name in question on…
January 11, 2023, 11:46pm
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