In my previous post about installation of cloudflared on pfSense I configured my tunnel using config.yaml and started the tunnel using my cf.sh shell script. A lot has happened since i wrote that post and it’s now possible to configure the tunnel directly from Cloudflares Zero Trust dashboard. This post shows how the tunnel can be configured to connect to a default pfSense installation.
5. Run the tunnel from the pfSense to see if it works and the tunnel gets active. The command can be copied below. Remember to replace Tunnel-ID with your actual ID with the one from step 4
/usr/local/bin/cloudflared tunnel run <Tunnel-ID>