Step 1: Connect Breeze and CloudFlare
To configure the DNS via Cloudflare, you need to add the Cloudflare account to the Breeze. Simply click on the DNS from the left side navigation.
Click on the ‘Set up’ button to add the Cloudflare account.
Name: Add your Name
Email: Add the Email Address registered to the Cloudflare account
Global API Key: Find the Global API Key in your Cloudflare account
Copy the Global API Key and paste it into the field. And done. Your CloudFlare account is added to the Breeze.
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