Error 522 connection timeout

The initial connection between Cloudflare's network and the origin web server timed out. As a result, the web page can not be displayed.
It looks like my account in cpanel is active and not suspended. Out of blue moon without any changes the website isn't responding. Is there a workaround?
my website:- https://neural-bots.com.

Thanks

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  • Sorry that I'm late, I checked your website now and on the HTTPS version I got an "ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR", while on the HTTP one it redirected me to the suspended domain page.
    Has it been suspended, or did you delete it?

  • edited June 23

    Hi Chris, thanks for the reply.
    Well, the current website http://neural-bots.com is parked to another account I created in profreehost.
    But, can you check http://neuralbots.unaux.com I have removed the cloudflare connection and parked domain and restored to its default version, but still unable to reach my website. I noticed something very strange, I’m unable to open my online file manager (it asks to login and if done it throws authentication error).
    But I’m able to do so in my newly created account with no problems
    I’m able to open sql dB in the old account from php admin. Is it related to usage of cloudflare, where I was asked to use the nameservers ns.aspen and other one instead of ns1.unaux and ns2.unaux ?
    I was using cloudflare for two weeks and no issues and suddenly this error popped up. Please can you give your guidelines, how can I avoid this messy situation and wats the root cause for this problem?
    Please check the link http://neuralbots.unaux.com/

  • I apologize for the late answer again.
    Yesterday when I opened your website it was working fine, http://neuralbots.unaux.com/ was redirecting me to neural-bots.com and the site links were working. but today it has the same issue.

    Since I am getting an SSL issue I am suspecting there might be something with your SSL configuration settings, could you tell me what they are? (For example if you have selected Full or Flexible SSL).

  • Hi Chris, the issues are completely resolved. I guess were you doing maintenance in the server? That’s y I was not able to reach my site for almost 3 days. Now it’s all good!

  • I'm glad to hear the issue has been resolved!

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