Cloudflare tunnel error 1033

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Raspbian Cloudflare tunnel error 1033
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There have been a few threads about this in the past. Can you checkout this post, read through the suggestions, and then provide us with some more information?

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[email protected]:~ $ sudo cloudflared tunnel --url localhost
2022-04-27T22:43:22Z INF Thank you for trying Cloudflare Tunnel. Doing so, without a Cloudflare account, is a quick way to experiment and try it out. However, be aware that these account-less Tunnels have no uptime guarantee. If you intend to use Tunnels in production you should use a pre-created named tunnel by following: https://developers.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-one/connections/connect-apps
2022-04-27T22:43:22Z INF Requesting new quick Tunnel on trycloudflare.com…
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF Cannot determine default configuration path. No file [config.yml config.yaml] in [~/.cloudflared ~/.Cloudflare-warp ~/Cloudflare-warp /etc/cloudflared /usr/local/etc/cloudflared]
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF Version 2022.4.1
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF GOOS: linux, GOVersion: go1.17.5, GoArch: arm
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF Settings: map[protocol:quic url:localhost]
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF cloudflared will not automatically update when run from the shell. To enable auto-updates, run cloudflared as a service: https://developers.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-one/connections/connect-apps/run-tunnel/as-a-service/
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF Generated Connector ID: bf0fd9d9-7ee0-4df2-9cf9-f10e9f50b753
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF Initial protocol quic
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF Starting metrics server on 127.0.0.1:42033/metrics
2022/04/28 07:43:24 failed to sufficiently increase receive buffer size (was: 176 kiB, wanted: 2048 kiB, got: 352 kiB). See UDP Receive Buffer Size · lucas-clemente/quic-go Wiki · GitHub for details.
2022-04-27T22:43:25Z ERR Failed to serve quic connection error=“Unauthorized: Failed to get tunnel” connIndex=0
2022-04-27T22:43:25Z ERR Register tunnel error from server side error=“Unauthorized: Failed to get tunnel” connIndex=0
2022-04-27T22:43:26Z INF Retrying connection in up to 2s seconds connIndex=0
2022-04-27T22:43:29Z INF Connection 58b87872-73cc-4576-ac3f-a38559004c6a registered connIndex=0 location=KIX
2022-04-27T22:43:30Z INF Connection 5f5ee414-6545-4368-aaab-bd20218540cb registered connIndex=1 location=NRT
2022-04-27T22:43:32Z INF Connection 6baec4e7-18ea-4c10-a459-f3e7bd3a5830 registered connIndex=2 location=KIX
2022-04-27T22:43:33Z INF Connection f327eb8c-3710-4ed0-93d8-70eb5c60c04e registered connIndex=3 location=NRT

2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF ±-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF | Your quick Tunnel has been created! Visit it at (it may take some time to be reachable): |
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF | https://phi-eggs-acres-council.trycloudflare.com |
2022-04-27T22:43:24Z INF ±-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Where are you seeing the 1033 error? If I visit that tunnel URL (https://phi-eggs-acres-council.trycloudflare.com/), I see an Apache Debian default page, which I imagine is your origin server.

my raspbian web sevrer

domain https://www.kiryusss.ga/

Looking at the output from your tunnel command:

Thank you for trying Cloudflare Tunnel. Doing so, without a Cloudflare account, is a quick way to experiment and try it out. However, be aware that these account-less Tunnels have no uptime guarantee. If you intend to use Tunnels in production you should use a pre-created named tunnel by following: https://developers.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-one/connections/connect-apps

And then tunnel it provided: https://phi-eggs-acres-council.trycloudflare.com/. This tunnel works, but it’s obviously not what you expected (to be on your primary domain).

It doesn’t look like you’ve configured your tunnel for the https://www.kiryusss.ga/ domain. Exposing a web service with Cloudflare Tunnel is a great guide to do this.

Sorry. I forgot to change it in my work. should I add confing.yaml? Should I also give you the command?

deepl

Alternatively, you can follow our guide to creating Tunnels directly from the Zero Trust dashboard which may help guide you through some of the steps in configuring your Tunnel. In this model, it wouldn’t be necessary to create and maintain of config.yml :slight_smile:

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