Not from my end:
May I suggest looking into below articles (if not already) due to the specified issue of 522 timeout:
Try the suggestions in this Community Tip to help you fix Error 522 “ERR CONNECTION TIMED OUT” in Google Chrome or “The connection has timed out” in Firefox.
A 522 error happens when a TCP connection to the web server could not be established. This typically happens when Cloudflare requests to the origin (your webserver) get blocked. When this happens, you’ll see “ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT”.
Quick Fix Ideas
Make sure that you’re not blocking Cloudflare IPs in .htaccess, ip…
How about checking if Cloudflare is allowed to connect to your new VPS, in case any firewall settings/configuration changed? Kindly can you re-check if Cloudflare is allowed to connect to your origin host to as follows in the below article:
Nevertheless, Cloudflare IP addresses list can be found here:
Before moving to Cloudflare, was your Website working over HTTPS connection?
May I ask what SSL option have you got selected under the
SSL/TLS tab at Cloudflare dashboard for your domain ( Flexible, Full, Full Strict … )?
Here is a way to re-check if you correctly setup the SSL for your domain with Cloudflare:
This tutorial covers getting SSL working with Cloudflare in various different scenarios.
This assumes you already have your website set up on Cloudflare with all your DNS records set to
, if not - please visit Step 1.
Do you want the website to use HTTPS?
YesDo you already have a valid SSL certificate installed on your server (i.e. does it already load over HTTPS with a )?
If your website already works over HTTPS, you can just set your SSL mode in Cloudflare to Full (strict)…
Kindly have a look here for more information regarding correct SSL settings at the SSL/TLS tab on Cloudflare dashboard:
Unencrypted & unverified connections
Imagine you open Paypal and suddenly get that warning
Would you continue? Probably not. For decades leaders in IT security have advocated that people upgrade their sites from unencrypted HTTP to secure HTTPS. And for a reason, everything you send via an HTTP connection is sent in plain text and can be intercepted at any point between you and the server.
Equally, you’d probably not proceed if you got such a warning, right?
That’s when th…
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