I’ve got a Google Apps domain (I’ll use the example of mydomain.com) which I’ve added to my Cloudflare account, modified to use the Cloudflare nameservers so that’s up and running as far as I can see.
I have a dynamic DNS domain set up via my Synology NAS (I’ll use the example of synologyddns.com) with a LetsEncrypt certificate which in turn, has a reverse proxy set up so I can access things locally.
But I can’t figure out what/how to do this. I tried adding a 301 redirect on page rules with that set up, but it just doesn’t seem to work, just getting a page can’t be found.
Any help on where I’m going wrong would be very appreciated!
Ah, I bet Google gave you that www record for a website. If you don’t have a website, you can ignore that. Typically you would have @ and www pointing to the same place for a website, then something like your ‘home’ sub domain pointing somewhere else.
I do have a basic page set up on the root of the domain, nothing of use really. So at the moment, with that set up, the home sub domain doesn’t resolve properly? Do I need to wait it out for dns servers to update?
‘Home’ may take a few hours. A “not found” response is often cached for several hours by local DNS. The best you can do is go to https://188.8.131.52/purge-cache/ and purge that hostname. If you use 184.108.40.206 for your resolver, that will clear it up right away.