Enabling Cloudflare services in cPanel

Tutorials Cloudflare | cpanel | cloudflare | protection
This article will describe the steps required to enable Cloudflare services for domains hosted on your cPanel control panel
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by Mihai BobriucViews 685Updated now 3 monthsPublished 26/09/2017

Introduction

  • In this tutorial we will present the necessary steps to enable the services offered by Cloudflare for domains hosted on the cPanel control panel. Cloudflare can be activated individually for each domain.
  • There are two ways to enable the service: by setting the Cloudflare nameservers on the domain and managing the DNS zone in the Cloudflare admin panel , either by activating the service in the hosting cPanel, without the need to change nameservers on the domain. In this tutorial we will present the cPanel activation option. As an example, the hostico.ro domain will be used.

Requirement

To complete the steps, we will need the following:

  • The login data of the cPanel panel, present in the email with the administration data.
  • An active Cloudflare account, which can be created from within cPanel or by logging in cloudflare.com

Steps

  • First we will login to the cPanel control panel.
  • Once logged in, we will go to the Software section and click on the button Cloudflare.

Cloudflare Software cPanel

  •  The next page will present details related to the Cloudflare service. We will click on Sign in here, to authenticate as a user. 

Logare cloudflare

  • We will enter the Cloudflare credentials and click the button Log In .

Datele de logare Cloudflare

  • On the next page we will find the Cloudflare admin panel. To the right of the Cloudflare logo, select the domain for which we want the service activated and click on the button Domains.

Selectare Domains din cloudflare

  • A little further down, in the Domain Overview category, the selected domain and status will appear. To activate the service, we will click on Provision Domain with CNAME Setup.

Provision Domain  CNAME setup

  • After this action, the domain will benefit from the services Cloudflare.Under the Domain Overview section, a table with the domain's DNS records will be loaded. 
    From this table we will be able to activate or deactivate Cloudflare services on the selected domain or on its subdomains, by pressing the On button to the right of the record.

Setari pe domeniu cloudflare

  • After the On button is pressed, the hostico.ro domain will have the services Cloudflare activate.

Activare cloudflare pe domeniu

 

  • If we want to disable Cloudflare services on the entire domain, we will go to the base of the table and click on the button Remove Domain from Cloudflare.

     

    Remove Domain from Cloudflare

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