I waited 16 hours, my site still not opening without WWW. Please see the screenshot and give me a solution.
Since the DNS entry which you want to redirect is grey-clouded () no Cloudflare features will be applied to it. So also no redirection.
To solve the problem, proxy the DNS entries you want to apply a Cloudflare feature on.
thank you so much
2 days no sleep, no rest. Just add DNS records, wait, remove them, then add a new one. That’s my life.
My website opens properly with WWW, but without WWW, my website is not open. My domain host name is Google Sites and I don’t know their IP address. I don’t know what “A records” should be used in DNS. My humble request to DNS experts. Please see the screenshot and try to remove me from ■■■■ I lost all hope
Can you please head over to https://dash.cloudflare.com/?to=/:account/:zone/ssl-tls and check your current SSL/TLS encryption mode?
If it is currently set to Flexible, then switch to Full (Strict).
And, can you actually tell us what kind of redirecting you are trying to do?
Some parts of your text appears like you are looking for #1, but screenshots indicate you may be attempting to configure it like #2.
A mi2it.com 184.108.40.206 A mi2it.com 192.0.2.1
Those two are likely also conflicting with each other.
And 220.127.116.11 from your last DNS screenshot is a Cloudflare IP address, which seems very wrong, … why exactly did you add / use that one, what was your final goal?
Thank you so much sir for help me. nature bless you.
Adding to what has been said already.
The DNS record for
www is correct (or could be, if your host says so), but:
- it needs to be if you want to use any of Cloudflare’s features, be it certs, or redirects, etc.
- the records for
18.104.22.168is a Cloudflare IP (which is not correct, as it’s been already said) and
192.0.2.1is a test range, which points to nowhere.
If you want everything redirected to
mi2it.com then fix the records for it, make
www, leave the Page Rule as it’s correct.
If you want the opposite, then leave
192.0.2.1 as it’s a test IP and it wouldn’t matter if you put a rule in front, delete the other as it’s not needed, reverse the rule.
Make sure Google’s hosting is configured for HTTPS, that’s a good practice even if it’s behind Cloudflare.
PS: I’m pretty sure you had a topic about this open already, to which I replied the same exact instructions days ago.
Some of the screenshots look weird, as well, as the UI is changed a while back and it has no square On/Off toggles anymore.
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