Site Down, SSL Issue?

#1

I had a SSL with Godaddy for several years and switched to Cloudflare/pro package. My old SSL expired last month and Godaddy was driving me bonkers to renew my SSL so I deleted it. Now my entire site is down and I have been a bit under the weather and cannot figure it out. I would be more than grateful for any help. https://hennahut.com

Thank you,

Rod

#2

Since your server is not longer secured with SSL, you’re getting the 525. Hopefully GoDaddy has a way to install an Origin Certificate in your account:

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#3

Hmm well I also have https://earthdye.com, I never bought a SSL with godaddy. So I do not understand.

#4

Your SSL setting for hennahut is probably Full (Strict). Your SSL setting for earthdye may be the less secure Flexible. You definitely should have a SSL/TLS certificate on your server.

#5

and EarthDye is working fine… is what I am saying. I thought the certificate was though cloudflare.

#6

OK yes it was on hennahut.com. So I just need to call Godaddy?

#7

Either a GoDaddy paid certificate, or the no-cost Origin CA Certificate option.

#8

OK I think I understand :slight_smile:

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#9

the no-cost Origin CA Certificate option, where do I find that?

#10

Scroll up a bit :arrow_up:

#11

Sorry lol. I have been under the weather and it has effected my brain lol.

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#12

Do I need to keep the edge certificates?
and thank you

#13

You definitely need to keep the Cloudflare certificate in the Crypto settings page.

#14

Hi, my site https://amplifique.me is showing the error 525.
I’m using a host with cPanel. I inserted the CloudFlare Origin CA certificate there.

But I’m still getting this error.

Could you help me?

#15

You put both parts of the certificate there? Does cPanel give you any indication if it’s a matching certificate or not?

#16

I put the CSR, KEY and the CABUNDLE.

#17

Have some delay when we set the Certificates, to CloudFlare identificate them?

Because sometimes I’m able to access, and sometimes no.

#18

Godaddy is telling me I need to purchase one for 250.00 lol , I have access to FTP…

#19

They are known for pushing their paid certificates. So they refuse to configure a free one? Well, I guess that means moving to a proper host :slight_smile:

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#20

Now they are telling me to forward the DNS back to them… reinstall SSL… then pay 79.00