|Before you start|
Route traffic from the dashboard
When you create an Argo Tunnel, Cloudflare generates a subdomain of
cfargotunnel.com with the UUID of the created Tunnel. You can treat that subdomain as if it were an origin target in the Cloudflare dashboard.
Unlike publicly routable IP addresses, the subdomain will only proxy traffic for a DNS record or a Load Balancer pool in the same Cloudflare account. If someone discovers your subdomain UUID, they will not be able to create a DNS record in another account or system to proxy traffic to the address.
To add an Argo Tunnel connection to a Cloudflare Load Balancer pool:
- Navigate to the Load Balancer page in the Cloudflare dashboard.
- Create or edit an existing Origin Pool. Add the Argo Tunnel subdomain as an Origin Address.
- Click Save.
Route traffic from the command line
You can add Argo Tunnel to an existing load Balancer pool directly from
cloudflared. The result is the same as creation from the dashboard above.
To do so, run the following command:
$ cloudflared tunnel route lb <tunnel ID or NAME> <load balancer name> <load balancer pool>
Note: this command requires the
Optional: Configure additional Cloudflare settings
The application will default to the Cloudflare settings of the hostname in your account that includes the Argo Tunnel Load Balancer records, including and . You can changes these settings for your hostname in Cloudflare's dashboard.