Use aws ELB

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#1

An A, AAAA, CNAME, or MX record is pointed to your origin server exposing your origin IP address.
how to resolve please help

#2

This is the warning you get when a DNS entry is set to :grey: that matches an IP address of a different DNS entry that’s set to :orange:

You are probably running a mail server on the same machine as your web server.

If you’d like more specific advice, post a screenshot of your DNS page with IP address details blacked out.

#3

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#4


use AWS ELB loadbalancer

#5

Those wildcard * entries can’t be proxied (set to :orange:), so they expose your IP address. The downsides are:

  1. Those won’t go through Cloudflare for caching or protection.
  2. As the warning says, it exposes your IP address, making it possible for attackers to find your IP address so they bypass Cloudflare to hit your server.

Unless you’re forced to use the wildcard DNS entry, it’s much better to specify each hostname individually for the above reasons.

#6

how to resolve issue please

#7

Don’t use * for a DNS entry. Use a hostname instead, either example.com, or just the subdomain, like you did for www.

#8

its ok

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