but I wish to have my SRV record point to a sub-sub-domain instead of just a single subdomain.
I have played about using different configurations of my SRV records but can not get it working correctly.
When looking at the client logs after connecting it looks like it is still getting the Cloudflare proxied IP and not the true IP unlike the first example with the single subdomain of just remote.domain.com
Any help/advice would be apearated. I spent some time on this last night and could not get anything working.
Having it unproxied allows it connect but it still doesn’t explain why having an SRV record with just a single subdomain (vps01.adamk.net) works but a sub-sub-domain (vps01.remote.adamk.net) wont work.
The default Cloudflare Universal SSL only covers *.domain.tld and domain.tld - so a.b.domain.tld isn’t covered and receives SSL_ERROR_NO_CYPHER_OVERLAP or ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH. Visiting http://vps01.remote.adamk.net/ gives this error.
I’m not too sure how this would relate to TeamSpeak, but if you’re certain that your configuration is correct and it’s caused by the subdomain being too deep, that’s the only thing that comes to mind.
That is not the issue here. For starters, the certificate only applies to web requests, which obviously do not work in an SRV context. Secondly, it’s about the proxying status, so unproxying will work.