I have been testing out the Cloudflare tunnel and teams functionality - using cloudflared on a Linux server to connect services to the outside world without port forwarding. This is working great.
I have also looked at the Teams/ZeroTrust/Warp functionality to allow me to connect to my 192.168.1.x network from anywhere. Again this also works.
There’s one last thing I want to be able to do. With my current OpenVPN solution I can connect to my VPN, see my internal network then when performing a “what is my ip address” lookup will show my WAN IP address. This doesn’t happen with the 188.8.131.52 Android app, instead giving me a Cloudflare owned IP address. Is there anything I can reconfigure to allow this functionality? My use case is that I have some services that are strict on Geo-blocking, so connecting into my home server allows me to use those services anywhere in the world that may otherwise be blocked with consumer VPN services.