Using SSH tunneling through Proxied DNS record.

The problem I have can be explained as follows: I want to use SSH tunneling through the DNS records with Proxied enabled. As you know, when Proxied is disabled, your IP address can easily be found by simply pinging it, which is not secure. I want to perform this method using Proxied and transfer SSH tunneling through it. Maybe you’ll say it’s not possible, but I heard from Cloudflare that you can install a certificate on your own server and create an ssh tunnel through that same method and have Proxied enabled. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find anywhere that could give me a complete tutorial on this matter, so I wanted to ask all of you friends to help me in this regard.

Have a look at the documentation here: SSH · Cloudflare Zero Trust docs

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First of all, I wanted to thank you for guiding me. I wanted to come directly and tell you that you are my lifesaver. The only problem I have is that I couldn’t grasp the information completely. It’s quite comprehensive, and I couldn’t find the solution to my main issue in these. My concern is that I want to connect using the Napsternetv application. Does the method you mentioned here apply to that as well? Also, if you have the time, could you explain to me how to install it a bit? My system is Debian, and if there is an easier method like purchasing Windows, I would consider that. I just want to be able to connect to the Napsternetv application through Using SSH tunneling through Proxied DNS record.

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