Use my own public IP in Argo tunnel

Hey everyone! So i've setup an argo tunnel (cloudflared) on my server, since some countries blocked my public ip i want to use cloudflare to get users access my server. but i noticed when a user is connected to a service, they access to internet is an ip from cloudflare. eg my public ip is 178.xx.xx.206 and i want that to be shown on internet but looking up "my ip" shows 2.xx.xx.107 this is actually what i wanna do: User -> CF (Argo tunnel) -> My Server -> Internet Another question, I have my services on multiple ports (5000,5001,5002, etc...) do i have to create a subdomain for each one of them or is it possible to configure them all in one subdomain (eg. service.domain.com:5001,5002,etc...) ? thanks in advance.
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Chaika
Chaika4w ago
Hey!
Another question, I have my services on multiple ports (5000,5001,5002, etc...) do i have to create a subdomain for each one of them or is it possible to configure them all in one subdomain (eg. service.domain.com:5001,5002,etc...) ?
All Tunnel traffic goes through the normal cdn which only supports a few ports: https://developers.cloudflare.com/fundamentals/reference/network-ports/
eg my public ip is 178.xx.xx.206 and i want that to be shown on internet but looking up "my ip" shows 2.xx.xx.107 this is actually what i wanna do: User -> CF (Argo tunnel) -> My Server -> Internet
I don't understand, what you're describing sounds more like WARP the VPN then tunnels. Why would they go through your tunnel to reach the internet?
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Network ports · Cloudflare Fundamentals docs
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