Hello, I tried to setup a cloudflare argo tunnel on my domain, but to my surprise I could not get it working as it kept throwing Error 1000, so I tried another domain that I own and it worked, both domains point to the same server and are used very similarly, I do not get why there is difference in functionality? I tried removing all DNS records from the non-working domain and the issue still persisted. All help I can find by searching points to someone using cloudflare IPs in DNS, which is not the case here as it doesn’t work even if I remove all of DNS records except the auto-created argo tunnel record.
I think this may be a bug in Cloudflare itself. If anyone can assist me, I am currently running cloudflare tunnel at: (removed, no longer running)
(It gives Error 1000)
The DNS record for ‘nextcloud’ should be a CNAME that points to your special TUNNEL_ID.cfargotunnel.com hostname. Does it?
Yes, it points to TUNNEL_ID.cfargotunnel.com, I have double-checked it to be correct.
Has this domain ever been hosted somewhere that had their own Cloudflare configuration?
I do not know, but that is possible as the domain belonged to someone else in the past.
I suspect there’s another Cloudflare configuration for this domain that’s interfering.
Please open a Support ticket via email:
support AT cloudflare DOT com
And then post the Ticket # here as soon as you get the autoreply.
It looks like the ticket was marked as resolved due to me being on Free plan.
That’s normal, but I’ve put it in the escalation queue.
In this case, Railgun happened to be enabled and causes a conflict when running alongside Tunnel.
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