i run the following command
access cloudflared tcp --hostname tcp . site . com --url ssh://localhost:2222
and try to login to filezilla success without password
host : localhost
port : 2222
Logon Type : Ask for password
user : root
This is not a Cloudflare issue. You should in stackoverflow for answers.
Thanks for the quick reply. Is there a way to protect this command access cloudflared tcp --hostname tcp . site . com --url ssh://localhost:2222 ?
I don’t know what happened, is it because I upgraded to cloudflared or because I changed the subdomain, after I tried again Filezilla asked for the password.
That command is already protected by Cloudflare Access. Your access policy will control who has access to that command.
Thank you Cyb3r-Jak3 I will try to re-read about access policy
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