When you experience the 1014 CNAME Cross User Banned error, it’s most likely because the domain you are requesting is set up with DNS records pointing to the Accelerated Domains endpoints, but the domain (hostname) is not set up in Accelerated Domains.
Fixing this is simple, be sure of which domain(s) is actually on Accelerated Domains and that they are pointing to either:
126.96.36.199as an A record
routing.accelerateddomains.comas a CNAME record
Let’s say you have
example.com requested with an Accelerated Domains setup, this domain should then point correctly. But
www.example.com will need to point to the actual server it’s on if it isn’t powered by Accelerated Domains. Below is just an example of how it can look:
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