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Cloudflare error 1014 CNAME Cross-User Banned

This article will help to resolve #Cloudflare #error 1014 by applying different methods. By default, Cloudflare prohibits a DNS CNAME record between domains in different Cloudflare accounts. #CNAME records are permitted within a domain (www.example.com CNAME to api.example.com) and across #zones within the same user account (www.example.com CNAME to www.example.net).

To fix error 520:

1. Start by logging into Cloudflare. Then, find your site on the list and click on it. Click on your listed site.

2. Next, click on the #DNS tab, then on the orange cloud under the Proxy status section in the table. 

You'll know Cloudflare was disabled because the cloud will have turned gray.

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Cloudflare error 1016 Origin DNS error

This article will guide you on the methods to resolve #Cloudflare error 1016. The main cause of this error is a failed DNS resolution.

Name resolution is the process of converting a host name to an IP address, so a Name Resolution Failure occurs when the Domain Name System (#DNS) used by your computer can't convert website into the relevant IP address.

To resolve Cloudflare error 1016:

1. Verify your Cloudflare DNS settings include an A record that points to a valid IP address that resolves via a DNS #lookup tool.

2. For a #CNAME record pointing to a different domain, ensure that the target domain resolves via a DNS lookup tool.

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