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I was going to host this in-house and have it routed to my a subdomain of mine using Cloud Flare’s Zero Trust. However… because I am hosting this locally, when I submit my admin user creation, I get a message telling me to go to the following url:
This is not possible as the host OS is Ubuntu Server and there is no web browser or GUI for that matter.
How can I access this?
I tried going to that link on another computer (but instead of “localhost” I put the IP address of that machine, to no avail.
Also, when I navigate to the host’s IP in a web browser on another machine it spits out “ERR_SSL_UNRECOGNIZED_NAME_ALERT”, (and that is using Traefik within the container. Before I setup Traefik, I was just getting a white page that had nothing in it.
So I can ping passbolt.local from the host machine, and it resolves as the correct IP (192.168.0.51), but on other machines, I (obviously) cannot ping “passbolt.local” but I can ping the IP address.
I’m not sure if I’m just missing something and I’m being stupid, or if there’s something funky going on. When I try to navigate to 192.168.0.51 (the docker host machine), I get “ERR_SSL_UNRECOGNIZED_NAME_ALERT”
In my /etc/hosts file, I have added “192.168.0.51 passbolt.local”.
Below is my docker-compose-ce.yaml file.
My CloudFlare settings are working great with everything else I’m running. Yes they are all in the same subnet. My main goal here is to just broadcast Passbolt over my local network. I’ll configure the SSL and tunnel forward to my domain with a different method. I’m just trying to access Passbolt locally, which I seem to suck at lol
I need to use one of the tunnels to understand but I’m assuming since they call it zero trust that includes blocking on local as well.
Do you provide local access on your other services while using a Cloudflare tunnel?
Almost all of my networks are zero trust so that means even same subnet is blocked. I don’t use Cloudflare tunnels, but that’s the idea of zero trust. No matter where the incoming is coming from, no one gets a free pass. All traffic is verified.