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I have a homelab where my ISP has put me behind a NAT and I used CF Tunnel to expose it to the Internet, there are currently Jellyfin and Nextcloud, I only used these two instance privately: Personally, Family and limited-set of Friends (Rarely happens for Jellyfin, most of the time just sharing some small files over Nextcloud).
I serve these files from my local NAS, I can’t just migrate to cloud
The question is as per Service-Specific Terms - Cloudflare, is this specific use-case allowed? Even with CF Tunnels? I need a more clearer statement.
Forgot to add this detail, the Nextcloud and Jellyfin over the Internet is only used when only I’m outside of my home network. I ran a DNS Server in my home to rewrite the domains for Jellyfin and Nextcloud to a Private IP.
Before asking find other ISP:
I wanted to switch my ISP from Telkom (Indihome) to Biznet Home but it haven’t reached my home (Indonesia) yet. Although probably I’ll just create a proxy using frp from a non NAT-ed host in the cloud