yet another way to do cloudflare tunnels
i have another solution for cloudflare tunnels that y'all might like.
my idea was that during the setup or adding domains, you are asked for your domain provider.
in stead of choosing cloudflare, they could choose something like "cloudflare tunnel" or something like that.
during installation of an application, you would be asked for the token given by cloudflare tunnel when setting the thing up.
of course, you would first have to setup your my dashboard, in witch you would need a tunnel.
the cool thing is if i remember right, multiple subdomains can be setup in cloudflare tunnel, allowing for multiple domains and or subdomains.
however, given that cloudron uses docker containers, you would probably need multiple tunnels, though i can traid that.
o right, before i forget. it should also give you the IP you need this tunnel to go to, along with the port. very well needed when setting up cluodflare tunnels.
for example, 220.127.116.11:9000, sense i'm aware docker containers have different IPs (i believe they're private IPs) and ports.
yes, i'm aware that it cant protect things like SMTP and stuf, but i think it works with (most) services.