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Ryan K
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Ryan K 2h
Replying to @scamboy @Cloudflare
I’m pretty sure you can accomplish that with Worker, or try one of the 3rd party Cloudflare Apps
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Ryan K 3h
You can always email support@cloudflare from your account email address to open a ticket.
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Ryan K Apr 23
Don’t think so, but if you give me your ticket number I can follow up with you there if I learn otherwise
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Ryan K Apr 23
I don’t think that’s supported yet, and not sure what the plans are. But you can add yourself to the product request here:
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Ryan K Apr 23
Would you be able to capture a screenshot of any errors you are seeing when you try to use the Philz app (with 1.1.1.1 enabled) and then submit via the Send Feedback option within the app? The team can look into it.
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Ryan K Apr 23
Replying to @abheizthe @Cloudflare
What do you mean? Can you DM me a screenshot of whatever error you are receiving?
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Ryan K Apr 22
I can pass along the feedback. Any chance you’ve already raised this with support and have a ticket number I can reference?
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Ryan K Apr 22
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Ryan K Apr 22
You just need to update the DNS records within your existing account to point to the new origin
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Ryan K Apr 22
Email support@cloudflare from your account email address, and then be ready to answer some questions. We can turn it off for you to get back in, and you can set it up fresh again.
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Ryan K Apr 22
Depends on the problem. If it’s 2FA or if your password reset email isn’t reaching you try emailing support@cloudflare. If you don’t know which email you used or that address is not valid anymore, you’ll need to create a new account.
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Ryan K Apr 22
Replying to @panelpatch @ericlaw
It’s in the works, but can’t give an ETA just yet. If you register elsewhere and transfer the time gets extended, so no loss.
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Ryan K Apr 19
Not sure on timing. If you DM me the email address on your Cloudflare account I can forward it to the PM handling it. Not sure if he has room but worth a shot.
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Ryan K Apr 19
Replying to @ow @eastdakota and 3 others
Thanks for the feedback on how the presentation made you feel. I’ll definitely get that back to the folks managing this. The problem with trying to just “math” the impact is that everyone’s site and users generate different patterns. Wouldn’t be a useful estimate.
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Ryan K Apr 19
Replying to @ArenburgJohn
If you try there are a lot of people who are eager to help (especially beginners). You can open a support ticket as well, but the Community can be super fast for a lot of stuff.
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Ryan K Apr 19
It’s something we are already working on.
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Ryan K Apr 19
Replying to @ArenburgJohn
Oh, I may have misunderstood. You were using Google Domains as your Registrar and now you transferred it to . You will still want to point your DNS records to the web host.
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Ryan K Apr 19
Replying to @ArenburgJohn
Yeah, you don’t want to do that. You need to login to your registrar and replace the NS codes there with the pair you used in your DNS records. The DNS records are for something else.
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Ryan K Apr 19
Replying to @ArenburgJohn
Did you already update the nameservers at your registrar to the pair provided in your Cloudflare dashboard?
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