Tunnel connection to docker container

So I am a newbie here and I wanted to set up a Cloudflare tunnel to my docker instance on my synology nas. I have purchased a domain name and it is registered active on my Cloudflare account. Using the zero trust dashboard I began to create a tunnel…I gave it a name and chose the location to install the cloudflared tunnel connector…I chose docker….I coped the command line that was generated and I ssh-ed into my synology…I pasted the command line but got the following errors…

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF Starting tunnel tunnelID=1a20eccb-7d05-47ce-a201-306b55804e7a

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF Cannot determine default configuration path. No file [config.yml config.yaml] in [~/.cloudflared ~/.Cloudflare-warp ~/Cloudflare-warp /etc/cloudflared /usr/local/etc/cloudflared]

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF Version 2022.5.1

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF GOOS: linux, GOVersion: go1.17.1, GoArch: amd64

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF Settings: map[no-autoupdate:true token:*****]

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF Generated Connector ID: ef86adc2-d847-421d-8b66-8682b53140fa

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF Will be fetching remotely managed configuration from Cloudflare API. Defaulting to protocol: quic

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF Initial protocol quic

2022-05-15T12:18:48Z INF Starting metrics server on [127.0.0.1 40740/metrics](http //127.0.0.1 40740/metrics)

2022-05-15T12:18:58Z ERR update check failed error=“Get “[https // update. argotunnel com?arch=amd64&clientVersion=2022.5.1&os=linux](https //update. argotunnel com/?arch=amd64&clientVersion=2022.5.1&os=linux%5C)”: dial tcp: lookup [update.argotunnel com](http//update.argotunnel com/) on [192.168.1.1 53](http // 192.168.1.1 53/): read udp 172.17.0.5:42049->[192.168.1.1 53](http // 192.168.1.1 53/): i/o timeout”

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR Error looking up Cloudflare edge IPs: the DNS query failed error=“lookup origintunneld.[tcp. argotunnel com](http //tcp. argotunnel com/) on [192.168.1.1:53](http // 192.168.1.1 53/): read udp 172.17.0.5:59243->[192.168.1.1 53](http // 192.168.1.1 53/): i/o timeout”

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR Please try the following things to diagnose this issue:

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR 1. ensure that [argotunnel. com](http //argotunnel com/) is returning “origintunneld” service records.

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR Run your system’s equivalent of: dig srv origintunneld.[tcp. argotunnel com](http //tcp. argotunnel com/)

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR 2. ensure that your DNS resolver is not returning compressed SRV records.

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR See GitHub issue https //github com/golang/go/issues/27546

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR For example, you could use Cloudflare’s 1.1.1.1 as your resolver:

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR https //developers. Cloudflare com/1.1.1.1/setting-up-1.1.1.1/

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z INF Tunnel server stopped

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z ERR Initiating shutdown error=“Could not lookup srv records on origintunneld.[tcp. argotunnel com](http //tcp. argotunnel com/): lookup origintunneld.[tcp.argotunnel com](http //tcp.argotunnel com/) on [192.168.1.1 53](http // 192.168.1.1 53/): read udp 172.17.0.5:59243->[192.168.1.1 53](http // 192.168.1.1 53/): i/o timeout”

2022-05-15T12:19:08Z INF Metrics server stopped

Could not lookup srv records on origintunneld.[tcp.argotunnel com](http //tcp. argotunnel com/): lookup origintunneld.[tcp.argotunnel com](http //tcp. argotunnel com/) on [192.168.1.1 53](http // 192.168.1.1 53/): read udp 172.17.0.5 59243->[192.168.1.1 53](http // 192.168.1.1 53/): i/o timeout

Any suggestions on how to fix this? I did find an older post with this issue and the resolution seems to install a cloudflared version that is no longer recommended. I appreciate the help offered from the community.