I'm probably using netmaker a bit differently to how's it was intended.. I have all my nodes on an internal, private network which is cut off from the public.
I want to be able to access these servers (through SSH and other means) when outside of this private network, securely. So my plan was to use netmaker for my individual servers and then have one as an ingress client (or whatever it's called, sorry, not clued up on the terminology) which I can essentially VPN into from various devices to access said servers.
I was previously using openvpn and it worked fine, but netmaker seemed interesting and I like wireguard.
For this usecase it seems like I should be fine to bypass cloudflare altogether and point the grpc value in the config to the private ip of the server hosting grpc?