I installed a tunnel in my Ubuntu VPS using apt. Authorized the tunnel, everything worked. Then I just rebooted (to verify my services starts automatically), and now I cannot see my tunnels in the cloudflare administration console anymore.
This is what I see (status 503 for the first “tunnels” endpoint, status 404 for “subscription” endpoint):
What have I tried?
switch off the cloudflared daemon in my VPS, wait, see if at least I get my tunnel is “offline” but I can manage it from the console. Result: nothing changed in the console.
Saw the DNS config in the CF console, there was a CNAME that represented one of the two endpoints I configured in my tunnel previously, I deleted it.
tested a “quick tunnel” from command line using
cloudflared --management-diagnostics tunnel --url http://localhost:5000
The quick tunnel worked, I could connect to the URL provided, but the CF admin console error was unchanged
- Tried recreating the certificates with
cloudflared tunnel login. The process went well, new certs. But the CF console still had the same problem as in screenshot.
- I installed cloudflared via apt, and all was good before the reboot
- I have a routing CF worker that operates
Ran out of ideas here. How can I change