Cloudflare enables you to add CNAME records so that you can have their traffic routed through the Cloudflare system to provide security and network acceleration.
The Cloudflare config requires the root domain (i.e. wasabisys.com) rather than the sub-domain (s3.wasabisys.com)
Note: The following example shows how to configure to Wasabi's us-east-1 storage region. To use other Wasabi storage regions, please use the appropriate Wasabi service URL as described in this article
1. Enter the domain wasabisys.com in the Cloudflare screen below and then add the website.
2. It will scan the DNS records for the domain and pop up some results.
3. Add a CNAME record for your Wasabi bucket and click Add Record.
Refer the following for more details : https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200168926-How-do-I-use-Cloudflare-with-Amazon-s-S3-Service-
4. To activate wasabisys.com you must point your nameservers (DNS) to Cloudflare. In order to start receiving all the speed and security benefits of Cloudflare, you’ll need to change the nameservers configured at your domain registrar to the ones below:
Refer the following article for more details on how to change your nameservers: https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/205195708-Step-3-Change-your-domain-name-servers-to-Cloudflare.
5. Update your nameserver records to the Cloudflare nameservers.
- Confirm your changes through the Cloudflare dashboard.
- It may take up to 72 hours for the name server information to propagate.
- Status: Active indicates your domain is properly setup to run through Cloudflare.
- Status: Pending indicates that your nameserver updates have either not propagated or were not updated correctly.
- If the issue persists, use whois.net to check your nameserver records and make sure they match the Cloudflare provided records.