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  • Starting to build a homelab
    6 projects | | 17 Jan 2022
    Running Docker Container: AdGuard Home, HomeAssistant, Authelia, Traefik, Cloudflare-Tunnel, Flame
  • HTTPS front-end for backend http server running on a single compute instance?
    1 project | | 4 Jan 2022
    However, Cloudflare can do the same for free. You can even avoid most of the need for configuration by using an outbound tunnel:
  • Send DNS requests to a specific DNS server over Tor
    1 project | | 30 Dec 2021
    If you need to keep your pihole in the picture, if you set up something like cloudflared and configure your pihole to connect to cloudflared, you should be able to achieve what you want. cloudflared makes the DNS query over HTTPS to . The DNS connection would like something like:
  • Is it possible to access a specific device via URL on a home network?
    1 project | | 27 Dec 2021
    Take a look at cloudflared
  • Can finally watch 4K now.
    1 project | | 10 Dec 2021
  • You should know about using ZeroTier or Tailscale as an easier approach to secure all your connections, while being easier infrastructure-wise than VPN
    6 projects | | 9 Dec 2021
  • Expose your web server on GitHub Actions to the internet using Cloudflare Tunnel
    2 projects | | 8 Dec 2021
    name: Setup cloudflared description: Setup/Install Cloudflare Tunnel client for GitHub Actions branding: icon: cloud color: orange inputs: cloudflare_tunnel_certificate: description: Cloudflare Tunnel Certificate (cert.pem) required: true cloudflare_tunnel_credential: description: Cloudflare Tunnel Credential encoded in base64 (deadbeef-1234-4321-abcd-123456789ab.json) required: true cloudflare_tunnel_configuration: description: Cloudflare Tunnel Configuration encoded in base64 (config.yml) required: true cloudflare_tunnel_id: description: Cloudflare Tunnel ID (deadbeef-1234-4321-abcd-123456789ab) required: true autostart: description: Autostart Cloudflare Tunnel required: false default: true runs: using: composite steps: - name: Download cloudflared for Linux shell: bash working-directory: ${{ runner.temp }} run: aria2c -x 16 "" - name: Install cloudflared shell: bash working-directory: ${{ runner.temp }} run: | chmod +x cloudflared-linux-amd64 mv cloudflared-linux-amd64 /usr/local/bin/cloudflared - name: Login to Cloudflare Tunnel client shell: bash env: cloudflare_tunnel_certificate: ${{ inputs.cloudflare_tunnel_certificate }} cloudflare_tunnel_credential: ${{ inputs.cloudflare_tunnel_credential }} cloudflare_tunnel_configuration: ${{ inputs.cloudflare_tunnel_configuration }} cloudflare_tunnel_id: ${{ inputs.cloudflare_tunnel_id }} run: | mkdir ~/.cloudflared/ echo $cloudflare_tunnel_certificate > ~/.cloudflared/cert.pem echo $cloudflare_tunnel_credential | base64 -d > ~/.cloudflared/${cloudflare_tunnel_id}.json echo $cloudflare_tunnel_configuration | base64 -d > ~/.cloudflared/config.yml - name: Run Cloudflare Tunnel if: inputs.autostart == 'true' shell: bash env: cloudflare_tunnel_id: ${{ inputs.cloudflare_tunnel_id }} run: | nohup cloudflared tunnel run > ${RUNNER_TEMP}/cloudflared.log 2>&1 & echo $! > ${RUNNER_TEMP}/
  • Hosting a SOCKS5 Proxy on GitHub Actions
    6 projects | | 5 Dec 2021
    This action installs cloudflared for use in actions by installing it on /usr/local/bin/.
  • One domain, one server, different apps on different ports
    1 project | | 22 Nov 2021
    wget dpkg -i cloudflared-linux-amd64.deb cloudflared tunnel login
  • PiBox Mini – Modular Raspberry Pi Storage Server
    5 projects | | 25 Oct 2021
    I recently did something like this myself with an RPi 4 and an external drive over USB to replace Google Photos (with PhotoPrism). For tunneling (and custom domain) I used cloudflared which works surprisingly well: I wrote about it here:

    That being said, I love that someone is working on making this stuff easier to do, it was finicky to get it setup myself. I would be backing it if I hadn't just done it already.

    I wish Kubesail all the best and I hope they succeed.

  • Reverse Proxy on UDM Pro
    3 projects | | 24 Oct 2021
    If you're using cloudflare you could also use their argo tunnel on your other device. That way you don't need to open your network or propagate your real ip address. I was also using a reverse proxy on the udmp but the constant attacks were kind of a bummer. Take a look at if you're interested
  • How does `cloudflared access` work?
    1 project | | 7 Oct 2021
    The source is viewable if you want to figure out how it works,
  • Deploying a simple portfolio with Argo Tunnels and containers for fun 🚀 - Part 1
    1 project | | 7 Oct 2021
    One can also install cloudflared by downloading it directly from the Github releases page, which is the most up-to-date place to download from.
  • Using Cloudflare with Plex
    1 project | | 29 Sep 2021
    In the future (when I have the time), I want to proxy everything through cloudflared. Whilst I don't know this for sure, I have seen speculation that non-HTML content is permitted through cloudflared.
  • [Security] Publicly Accessible Server
    1 project | | 24 Sep 2021
    If you don't mind a bit of latency, you can look into Cloudflare Argo Tunnel. You basically setup a domain name on cloudflare, use this tool to create a tunnel, assign a subdomain/root domain to that tunnel, and then run this tool as a service to tunnel your local JF port out to that domain/subdomain. I don't notice much of a latency with my JF instance, which is setup this way, but YMMV.


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