Use own Cloudflare Account instead of built in one?

I would like to use my own Cloudflare Account, is there a way I can do that?

Disable Cloudflare from the cPanel, and add the domain without www on dash.cloudflare.com, to then select the Free plan, and point the nameservers to them, removing the other ones.

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Thank you for your quick reply again. So, it seems to be like with other pages, thank you again :slight_smile:

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Hi again,

I’ve just removed my page from CloudFlare and I am currently struggeling to add it again. Where can I find the domain I need to add to CloudFlare?

@Ergastolator1

On the “Addon Domains” section of the Control Panel you can find your own domain, that you need to add to Cloudflare.

Thank you for your quick reply :slight_smile:

When I enter Addon Domains I see this

The blacked out is my domain, let’s say it is example.com

So, what should I enter in here on CloudFlare for example.com point to infinityfree.net? I’ve previously had an IP inside it, before I’ve removed this infinity page from CloudFlare.

On top, I also have the Main Domain which however always redirects to http://suspendeddomain.org/i/

The domain NEVER points with a CNAME record to our nameservers if you’re using Cloudflare from dash.cloudflare.com, or else it will not work! From the topic “Cloudflare shows “Error 1016: Origin DNS error””:

You’ll want to add the following DNS records:

  • CNAME record with source @ and the target being your account’s main domain. How to find your main domain.
  • CNAME record with source www and target @ .
  • MX record with source @ and target mx.epizy.com (to receive email).
  • An additional CNAME record for every subdomain. So if you have a subdomain “blog”, you need to add a CNAME record with source blog and target @ .

After clicking to proceed, you need to change the nameservers from the Epizy ones to the Cloudflare ones for your domain on your domain registrar.

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