Trelica's integration with Cloudflare supports both the core Cloudflare services and also Cloudflare Zero Trust (also known as Cloudflare Access). 

Creating an access token

To connect you will need to create an Access token in Cloudflare with the correct permissions, which will depend on the features you want access to.

  1. Go to My Profile:

  2. Choose API Tokens and then click Create Token:

  3. Scroll down the page until you find the Custom token section and then click Get started. This allows you to create a token with the minimal set of permissions required by Trelica which is more secure:

  4. Add the permissions required, based on the table below, using Add more to add each additional permission:

    Users, roles and activity Account | Account Settings | Read
    Licences Account | Billing | Read
    Provisioning and deprovisioning Account | Account Settings | Edit
    Zero Trust / Access

    Account | Access: Apps and policies | Read

    Account | Access: Audit logs | Read

    Account | Zero Trust | Read

  5. Optionally add IP address restrictions for Trelica IP addresses:

  6. Click Continue to summary when you are ready.

  7. Finally click Create Token and copy it to the clipboard:

  8. Paste the token into Trelica and click Connect:

If you don't use Cloudflare Zero Trust (also known as Cloudflare Access) make sure that the box "Cloudflare Zero Trust Access" is unchecked. Otherwise the integration will show as "Enabled with issues" showing a warning "Unable to fetch account apps, ensure permission has been configured for your API token."

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