same situation is with me
Hi @asphalt8cs, you may want to share the domain and some details so that folks in the Community can assist you.
whatstatus.co this is the domain. sometime ssl acitvated on my domain and sometime automatically shows not secure. I didn’t know whats happening with site.
This domain is currently not using Cloudflare or grey clouded.
Make sure you’ve set your domain to ‘Always use HTTPS’ and that there are no ressources loaded via http, like external images, scripts, videos and so on.
This domain is not on Cloudflare’s service. It’s not even set to use Cloudflare’s DNS servers:
$ whois whatstatus.co | grep 'Name Server' Name Server: ns2.ipage.com Name Server: ns1.ipage.com
If you’re not using Cloudflare’s service, there’s not much they can do.
Your SSL is currently based on Let’s Encrypt’s free certificates service.
bro i just applied my domain to Cloudflare and Cloudflare DNS enables on my site
Nope, as I mentioned earlier, your DNS servers, at your domain registrar, are still not pointing to Cloudflare, but to “ns1/2.ipage.com”. So Cloudflare will not service your site! I believe the “Overview” tab of your domain tells you that you still need to change your nameservers at your registrar… and what servers to change to.
$ whois whatstatus.co
Domain Name: whatstatus.co
Registry Domain ID: D4DDE7B71BB1E405D8151D7D1D9DEBE6A-NSR
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.namesilo.com
Registrar URL: www.namesilo.com
Updated Date: 2018-10-11T10:20:24Z
I have tried several times before, and the certificate authorization took more than 4 days，and not to complete.
Please tell me why… My domain name is “whatstatus.co ” , and the “Let’s Encrypt” certificate has been deployed on the server. https is work ok ,when not use CDN.
Hi @asphalt8cs, multiple posts are not really necessary, it simply distracts the folks that are trying to assist you. @shimi gave you a lot of detail on where to change your name servers. Look on the DNS tab of your Cloudflare dashboard and you’ll see the server names, give those to your domain registrar and ask that they update them. After that, it will take our systems about 24 hours after the whois record is updated to pick up on the change.
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