Problem with "using private network using cloudflare tunnel"


I’m interested in using cloudflared tunnel to create private network using official tutorials from here. My conditions right now is :

  1. I want to access my local private network that is behind ISP NAT (and no public ip address given) from remote location like when I’m away.
  2. I have domain name (but no server ip address pointed to) managed by cloudflare, as requirement to get cloudflared login running.
  3. I have followed the instruction in tutorial link above successfully (minus installing certificate because the local domain is not using https, I just want to make sure it is running first), and set up my device with cloudflare for teams successfully
  4. cloudflare tunnel route ip show config :         <id>  <my tunnel name>     2021-08-08T05:31:53Z -  
  1. i also have managed to run the tunnel as a service and

sytemctl status .service shows it’s active

but when I tried to access for example :
from my device google chrome browser with cloudflare for teams on, it doesn’t connect to my local server (page loading very long and just shows blank screen).

Hello ,

Can you post the output of accessing from your WARP device?

Also, can you make sure that (or any superset of that) is not excluded by WARP via its Split Tunnel config (in → Settings → Network → Split Tunnel)?

sorry for late answer, here’s the output trace from my warp device

ip=<my ip address from>
uag=Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/92.0.4515.159 Safari/537.36

as for the split tunnel, I already remove or similar like below :

That gateway=off is the problem.

You need to go to → Settings → Network → Proxy (toggle on)
This is the step of that you may have missed

Thank you, I must’ve missed the proxy toggle setting because I thought it was part of " Configure the Cloudflare certificate" to inspect traffic (which I also thought it was optional).

Oh just one more question, in the tutorial it’s stated for cloudflare for teams to work you have to have a domain managed by cloudflare. is it optional? since when I try

cloudflare login

it ask for website that cloudflare managed for my account.

Yes, that’s still accurate. It’s a requirement that stems from semi-unrelated legacy functionality, but it still holds.

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