I learned about Argo Tunnel this morning when I logged into my CloufFlare account and turned it right on. The question that I have is two fold.
My main Domain is registered as a free CloudFlare account. I only get around 20 GB of files allotted in my web plan so I had to make arrangements to server the files from home on a Linux Web Server running in my basement attached to an ultra fast Fibre connection with a static IP. This is a different domain that the one I have registered here. This DNS is hosted by DYN and redirects to my static IP and port forward through my router to my Linux Server.
So, if my main domain is anydomain.com (CF) and my files are linked at anyotherdomain.com (HOME) would I have to set (HOME) up with a free domain account and enable Argo and Argo Tunnel there? Or at (CF) pointing to (HOME)? The reason this is confusing to me is the partial setup allowing you to keep your current DNS records and when you setup a new site in CloudFlare you’re asked to change your name servers.
Having said all of that. what’s the best way to set the Argo Tunnel up so my files at (HOME) are protected and my home network doesn’t get hammered by hackers? Thanks very kindly in advance.