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  1. It solved the problem for me as wel!! Thank you very much!
  2. I didn't have to erase my appdata, but just to check, are you talking about the config.php in appdata\nextcloud\www\nextcloud\config or some other proxy configuration on swag?
  3. I use cloudflare and tried to purge the cache, but the results were the same... My reverse proxy is swag. Does it have caching on it as well? (I installed it using Spaceinvader videos).
  4. I'm having trouble fixing the "/.well-known" errors (webfinger, nodinfo, caldav and carddav). I followed the changelog, deleted the "default" file located at \appdata\nextcloud\nginx\site-confs and restarted the container. However, the error is still there (I tried to clear my browser cache, without no results). Is there something else that I have to do? My version of nextcloud is 21.0.1 Thanks!
  5. Hello everyone, First of all, english isn't my main language, so please excuse any errors. My question is a simple one, but I'll illustrate with my setup after the question, to see if someone have any suggestions on improving my setup. So the question is if it's okay/secure to expose my WAN IP (the IP is dynamic). Now here's my setup. I have pfSense installed as a VM on unraid, managing my home internet (no double NAT). I'm using Wireguard to access my unraid server remotely. I followed SpaceInvaderOne tutorials, purchased my own domain (, configured it with cloudflare, and setup letsencrypt to access some services remotely (and provide access to friends and family). Wireguard works just fine and I don't have problems with it. However, regarding the cloudflare/letsencrypt setup, I have the situation where I can't proxy the connection (or wireguard will not work, since it will not get the WAN IP, but instead, the cloudflare IP). Since I'm not using the connection in a proxied way, the WAN IP gets exposed easily. Is this the way things are supposed to work? If it isn't, I'll gladly accept any help in setting up in the right way! Thanks in advance!
  6. Hello everyone. Whenever I open a docker app, it's visualization mode is default on advanced. If I click on Advanced, it returns to basic, but as soon as I close it and open again, it's back on advanced. This happens with all the apps. Is there a fix, or even a setting for this? Thanks!
  7. Hello everyone! I've installed and configured Heimdall and it works perfectly fine through the webui. However, if I try to use it with letsencrypt, the page that opens is broken. Other people in this topic had similar issues, but the fix wasn't explained. What might be happening? Everything else works fine with letsencrypt. Ps. I'm using the default .conf file # make sure that your dns has a cname set for heimdall server { listen 443 ssl; listen [::]:443 ssl; server_name heimdall.*; include /config/nginx/ssl.conf; client_max_body_size 0; # enable for ldap auth, fill in ldap details in ldap.conf #include /config/nginx/ldap.conf; location / { # enable the next two lines for http auth #auth_basic "Restricted"; #auth_basic_user_file /config/nginx/.htpasswd; # enable the next two lines for ldap auth #auth_request /auth; #error_page 401 =200 /login; include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; resolver valid=30s; set $upstream_app heimdall; set $upstream_port 443; set $upstream_proto https; proxy_pass $upstream_proto://$upstream_app:$upstream_port; } } Ps2. I'm accessing through, because my 443 port is blocked by ISP. TIA
  8. I live in Brazil and here, as far as I know, all major ISP does this... Ports 80 and 443 can be open only on business plans... I guess it's going to be like this. @aptalca thank you very much for providing the solution to my problem!
  9. Awesome! It worked!!!!! Let me just understand something. It is really annoying having to type both the "https://" and the ":444" Is there a way to do it without having to add the port and the https?
  10. @aptalca I have confirmed that my ISP blocks port 80 and 443 (consumer connection). From what I have read, the only way to use letsencrypt is with DNS challenges. Is that correct? Can you help me to configure it? Or at least point me in the direction to do this.... Thank you very much!
  11. So, I have confirmed that my ISP block ports 80 and 443 and as a home user, I can't open them. What are my options to use reverse proxy with my unraid server? I read something about "DNS challenge", but don't understand if this is the way to go (or how to implement it). Thanks in advance!
  12. No, as I said before, I installed pfsense instead of my asus router, to rule out any problems related to the router.
  13. Appreciate your concern! My IP is dynamic and already changed, but if it's needed I can remove or edit the images....
  14. Thank you very much for trying to help me! Love your videos, they are very informative! It says that it is not... Here are my firewall rules, the rutorrent and wireguard ones work without any problems. And my docker setup And a diagram of my network