In order to let EasyCron connect to a particular IP to execute a cron job, you can

There are a few ways you could try to fix or mitigate the problem. We're going to present one of those ways in this article.

By using IP + "Host" HTTP header, you can instruct EasyCron to bypass CloudFlare. Proceed as follows:

  1. use the IP of your website (instead of your domain name) in your URL, and
  2. put your domain name in the "HTTP" tab -> "HTTP headers" field.

For example, if your cron job URL is https://www.example.com, the IP of it is 93.184.216.34. You should add https://93.184.216.34 as cron job URL, and in the "HTTP" tab -> "HTTP headers" field, add Host: www.example.com.

In this way, EasyCron will use your IP (and the domain name) to connect to your website directly, without resolving your domain name to a CloudFlare IP and connect to that IP.