Provides a CPanel Plugin to allow one click CloudFlare setup.
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CloudFlare plugin for CPanel. Requires: * Net::SSLeay * Simplezoneedit or Zoneedit features Provides access to the CloudFlare service. Learn more about CloudFlare at cloudflare.com. First, acquire a host api key from CloudFlare. Install (as root): ./install_cf HOST_API_KEY [mod_cf] [Provider Name] This works for the default theme and locale. Other themes or locales may require custom work. Replace HOST_API_KEY with your api key. Adding the string mod_cf will also install the Apache extension mod_cloudflare on the local server. More information is available here: https://github.com/cloudflare/CloudFlare-Tools. Edit API key: If you need to, update your API key by editing the file /usr/local/cpanel/etc/cloudflare.json, updating the value host_key. Edit CloudFlare prefix: After having been routed through the CloudFlare network, if the traffic is clean and cannot be handled by the CloudFlare cache, it will be relayed to a single given subdomain. Be default, this is cloudflare-resolve-to.example.com (replacing example.com with each user's domain). If you wish to change the subdomain, edit the file /usr/local/cpanel/etc/cloudflare.json, changing the value of the host_prefix key to the desired subdomain. This subdomain will be automatically added to each user's zone file. Uninstall: /usr/local/cpanel/bin/unregister_cpanelplugin <full path to install file cloudflare.cpanelplugin> Customization: To include customized text, edit the file /usr/local/cpanel/etc/cloudflare_local.tmpl. This file is included in CloudFlare's HTML template. Command Line Tools: List all zones currently active on CloudFlare: # perl Cpanel/CloudFlare.pm list Check to see if there is a new version of the CloudFlare plug-in available. # perl Cpanel/CloudFlare.pm check Copyright (c) 2011 by CloudFlare, Inc. All Rights Reserved.