CloudFlare Error 1000: DNS points to prohibited IP

Upon creating a new application, the platform attempts to resolve your domain name to an IP address to use for your origin.

If your domain is using CloudFlare DNS at the time you create your application, a CloudFlare IP address may be resolved and entered into your initial configuration.

If you then attempt to use your application via CloudFlare, a circular reference will be detected and a CloudFlare Error 1000 will be reported.

To correct this, browse to the Repository page in Aperture and Edit the `section.config.json` file in the root of the repository. Change the origin address to the correct, non-CloudFlare, IP address or domain name for your origin server.

You can read more about changing your origin address in the documentation.

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