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How do you create rules for nginx to get this to work? I saw a discussion on EasyEngine about it. I got it to work to use the user orginal ip address but it somehow crashed my website... Good thing I had a backup... Whew!

Can I create a *.nginx.conf file to make this work properly? I was following the short tutorial below and I thought I need to configure the original nginx file.


Updated 11-18-2018//// 

I got it working perfectly with this blog post. :) Just In case anyone else needs this solution to work.


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Hi Mike,

I have no experience with Cloudfare, I don't really know how it works.

If you want to add custom nginx rules, please read the documentation (site command - nginx setup).


I got it working. Cloudflare is awesome!! It speeds up any website and its free.
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I'm glad to see you found a solution and thanks for share the link.

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