I have an internal server that does not “know” SSL/https and I would like to access it from internet via Cloudflare https.
I have the domain pointing to my external IP, I have mapped 2087 external port (accepted by Cloudflare) to my local 35500 port and local server IP in router, and I’ve set SSL on “Flexible”
But I think I’m still missing something as I receive an error - SSL handshake failed.
To be more specific, I need this:
INTERNET-–(SSL)–-> Cloudflare —(NON-SSL)—> INTERNAL SERVER (xteve)
xteve does not “know” https/ssl
Checkout why you shouldn’t use flexible
Your best bet is to have a reverse proxy on your server that can do SSL.
Thank you Cyb3r-Jak3, but this is exactly what I hoped an I wanted to do: to use Cloudflare as a reverse proxy for my non-SSL server.
Is this possible?
Cloudflare expects to see HTTPS on 2087:
This sure sounds like a media server, which would be a violation of ToS 2.8:
Thank you sdayman, I didn’t know.
xteve in my scenario serves only picons via reverse proxy, but probably is safer not to use Cloudflare even for picons, in order to be compliant.
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