I’m starting to get LetsEncrypt to work on my own domain DNS info at Cloudflare.
On Cloudflare DNS, I’ve set the A record for the domain to point to my ISP-assigned IP address (151:131::. But when I ping the domain, it goes to an entirely different (also owned by Cloudflare) IP address (104.24::).
This is definitely making it quite hard to get LE working. Going directly to the domain (https://mrod.me) results in an Error 523, Origin is unreachable. The IP shown on the bottom of the Cloudflare error page is the szame as the A record (151:131::).
The IP will be masked and show a CF ip.
About the error:
104 is what it’s supposed to be once you turn on Cloudflare for your domain. That’s the reverse proxy for firewalling and speeding up your website.
A good starter for Let’s Encrypt would be to your website’s DNS records while you issue the Let’s Encrypt certs. Then go back to Automatic renewals should work later in. Two of mine just renewed today.
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