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Cloudflare Dynamic DNS Updater

Homepage: https://github.com/joshuaavalon/docker-cloudflare Cloudflare: https://www.cloudflare.com

If you want your Ansible-NAS accessible externally then you'll need a domain name. You'll also need to set a wildcard host A record to point to your static IP, or enable this container to automatically update Cloudflare with your dynamic IP address.

Usage

Set cloudflare_ddns_enabled: true in your inventories/<your_inventory>/nas.yml file.

Specific Configuration

Make sure you set your domain (if different than the ansible-nas default) and access token details within your inventories/<your_inventory>/nas.yml file. If you need to create an API token, see https://joshuaavalon.github.io/docker-cloudflare/guide/cloudflare.html#authentication for instructions.

Cloudflare has deprecated global API key authentication. If you have an older ansible-nas configuration using a global API key, you can upgrade to the API token-based authentication by removing the cloudflare_api_key variable from your local nas.yml configuration file and setting the cloudflare_token variable appropriately.