I have a problem regarding nameserver and Cloudflare.
I have set the nameserver properly and the changes show (in this case I am using whatsmydns.net) and yet Cloudflare is still asking me to change the nameserver. I would like to know whether if I am on the right track and I just need to wait or I have made some mistakes while setting my domain up.
I have checked this post but the problem resolved as soon as the namespace changes reflect on whatsmydns.net (which in my case it did not).
I did not follow the article as my domain is not listed inside the registered domains, instead I just change the details of nameserver in “hosted zone” located on the Route 53. I think that the domain is not registered by AWS but some other registrar.
For now there are no plans on adding SSL certificate to this site as the site is only for testing Cloudflare CDN and Workers (I am very new to this platform). Is SSL a requirement for those services? and if yes, is it possible to get one for free? I have read that Cloudflare can give SSL certificate for free but I don’t really know how.
Disable the Universal SSL option? → I am not sure about this, as you might end up having some issue later, possibly …
Does it mean you currently do not have an SSL certificate at your origin host/server?
Nevertheless, I might have a different point of view and a perspective on this, so I cannot resonate if that’s the correct way to do it, even cannot vote for using without the HTTPS (SSL).
This might also impact the thing of not having the performance and features enabled like Brotli, HTTP/2, etc.
I do not see it as an option at all. Why using proxied mode then?
Furthermore, I haven’t used Cloudflare Workers without HTTPS so I cannot confirm if that works at all. May I advise you to use search for any possible answer on this.
In terms of a “Cloudflare free SSL”, more information can be read at the below article:
Here is a way to re-check if you correctly setup the SSL for your domain with Cloudflare:
In case you do not have an SSL certificate, you can use Cloudflare SSL, if so, kindly make sure you follow the instructions as follows on the below article to setup an SSL certificate using Cloudflare Origin CA Certificate: