Attempted to add gsquared.gq which was registered with Freenom and was having issues for multiple hours saying it wasn’t registered (likely BS on Freenom’s end) and just got a new message.
‘This zone is temporarily banned and cannot be added to Cloudflare at this time, please contact Cloudflare Support.’
Not sure if I caused this by trying to add the domain 30 times over 3 hours or what but thought I’d ask here.
Edit an hour later:
I registered gsquared.ga as well around 3 hours ago and still cannot add it, although both ga and gq domains are showing up on whois https://www.whois.com/whois/gsquared.ga
This tutorial post covers three different zone banned/restricted errors. Please select the relevant one for your issue:
This zone is banned and cannot be added to Cloudflare at this time, please contact Cloudflare Support (1097).This error can be returned when trying to add a domain to Cloudflare. There are a few things that can cause this error (this list contains some ideas but is not exhaustive!). One reason is that the domain may have been involved in phishing/malware, it could also be due …
The temporary ban will be due to the number of times you tried to add it and should be cleared automatically.
As for the not registered issue:
Try the suggestions in this Community Tip to help you fix Code: 1049.
A Code: 1049 is returned when trying to add a domain to Cloudflare. When this happens, in your browser you’ll see the message similar to "example.com is not a registered domain (Code: 1049)". The error Code: 1049 means the domain isn’t registered, the domain has no name servers, the domain name servers can’t be resolved, or the domain name servers don’t contain any DNS records and as a result the domain can…
Solved, seems I was just being impatient. Sorry about the hassle.
No problem, glad you got it sorted
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