Self-Hosting with Cloudflare Tunnels (feat Raspberry Pi)

If you’ve ever self-hosted services on your local network and wanted to expose them to the world, you would know that this is not a straightforward matter. This involves opening up your firewall by forwarding ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (HTTPS) to a dedicated machine on your network. This has two main issues. Problem 1: your external IP address will be publically visible to the internet meaning that people could geolocate and collect information about you....

February 15, 2022 · 5 min · 944 words · James Ashford

Fun with Forwarding and SSH Tunnelling

Linux (and all UNIX-based systems for that matter) is a pretty well thought out operating system with tones of useful features. I use either macOS or Linux every day for work and leisure and feels like every day I learn about some new cool features I can use to make my life as a researcher and nerd incredibly useful. One of these features which I have come to use a lot is the ssh...

April 4, 2020 · 2 min · 327 words · James Ashford