I have put a Linux / Cent OS server behind a Cloudflare Tunnel.
Everything is working great, but the only thing that is annoying is that I cannot benchmark the server with outside services (Google Pagespeed for example).
It requires SSO login (email with code being sent) to view the page.
I tried to whitelist IP ranges, but it still requires SSO login.
Is there a way to bypass SSO?
PS: I’m aware of lighthouse Chrome plugin, but its inaccurate on a local machine. It’s usually 20 points higher than the actual Pagespeed result.
Any rules that you want to bypass the login page need a
Bypass action - or
Service Auth if you are using Service Tokens. https://developers.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-one/identity/service-auth/service-tokens/
Allow will take you to the login page as normal.
Hmmm, ok I will try this out. Might need to adjust my application.
An access policy is not required for a tunnel. Lots of companies use tunnels to expose their www website. If you don’t need user authentication just delete the policy
I tried this and it shows just a blank page saying something about SSO not being set up.
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