cloudflare integration, you can keep your Cloudflare records up to date.
The integration runs every hour, but can also be started manually by using the service
cloudflare.update_records under services.
Due to a limitation in the Cloudflare API, you can not use this integration with any of the following TLD’s:
On older versions of Home Assistant, this integration used the account email and Global API Key to authenticate.
As of Home Assistant 0.117, API Tokens are now used to authenticate.
Setup requires an API Token created with Zone:Zone:Read and Zone:DNS:Edit permissions for all zones in your account.
An easy way to create this is to start with the “Edit zone DNS” template then add Zone:Zone:Read to the permissions.
Go to the integrations page in your configuration and click on new integration -> Cloudflare.
This platform uses the API from ipify.org to set the public IP address.
If you would like to use iOS App via Cloudflare set Minimum TLS version as 1.2, in order to do that, do the following:
- Login to your Cloudflare account.
- Choose your domain.
- Click on the
- Go to tab
Minimum TLS Versionand set it to 1.2.
Other settings should not cause any issues.
For SSH usage (according to this source), you need to connect directly to your server (bypassing Cloudflare). To do that, create a
CNAME DNS record, e.g.,
ssh.example.com, with proxy status as “DNS only” (to do that click on orange icon, it will change color to gray) and then connect to
ssh.example.com using your server SSH port.
To redirect from your domain to the IP address of your Home Assistant server set this DNS record:
Type: A Name: @ IPv4 Address: your.ip.address
You can find your current IP address using this page.
In order to redirect from
https:// you need to set this DNS record:
Type: CNAME Name: @ Target: example.com (your actual domain)
And also create Page Rule:
If the URL matches: www.example.com* Then the settings are: Forwarding URL Status: 302 - Temporary redirect Destination URL: https://example.com/$1