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  1. Hi, I just wanted to say a big thanks to everyone who got me back on track especially @GilbN, SWAG is all up and running for me along with Fail2ban and GeoIP2, thank you!
  2. Many thanks everyone for your inputs, it gives me a great place to start looking for a new router.
  3. Many thanks for your advice. Could I be forward and ask what router you use? It would be interesting to see what routers the "elders of the Internet - IT Crowd" use. 😁
  4. Worked like a charm, thank you very much! Can I just clarify a small point please, in the "cookie_domains" field, do you put your top level domain url (ie mydomain.com) or do you list each page you want to protect (ie nextcloud.mydomain.com, bitwarden.mydomain.com etc)?
  5. Hi, Yes, those are the only two files I have in that folder; emails.cfg and oauth2_proxy.cfg Regards.
  6. Hello, I have just followed these two guides; https://technicalramblings.com/blog/cloudflare-fail2ban-integration-with-automated-set_real_ip_from-in-nginx/ & https://technicalramblings.com/blog/blocking-countries-with-geolite2-using-the-letsencrypt-docker-container/ Almost everything seems to be going fine, with no errors that I haven't been able to fix with all the support on this forum. I say almost, as when I try a VPN and connect to my server via another country, I'm still able to get through, I'm not blocked and the access is reported as the same as my "non-VPN" attempts in the logs? I've registered with MAXMIND, entered the key and downloaded the GeoLite2.mmdb file, ensuring that it is saved in the right location. On a side note, sendmail-whois.local still needs some amendment by me, however I wanted to focus on actually securing my site before I continued attempts with notification. I've attached four screenshots below of the amendments I've made to the various config files within SWAG, in the hopes someone can point out what I'm doing wrong. Excellent work by the way on this container, its impressive how much work has gone in to it, including the SWAG support page. In the meantime I'll continue to read through this forum for tips, I'm up to page 19 so far. Regards. Here is the current reported state of my jail list (if it helps); ***Edit - Whilst I'm trying to get to the bottom of my above problem I wanted to ask yourselves (@linuxserver.io @saarg @aptalca @CHBMB) a question as you clearly know what you are talking about (I'm up to page 72 of this thread, so much useful information!) What router would you recommend that works best with SWAG in a home setting? Pfsense or Ubiquiti? Apologies if this should be on its own thread, I just thought I would tag it on to my question above as my number one requirement of a new router will be that it fully supports and compliments SWAG.
  7. Hi, Many thanks for replying. I have just the one email address in the emails.cfg file, and it's the same one that I use to login to my Google account to obtain the client ID. ***Edit - Just to add a little further, I've completed up to step 12 of "OAuth2 Proxy Setup", however it is here that I am getting stuck as the container will not start, preventing me from moving on to the next step of "configuring NGINX".
  8. Thanks for clarifying, appreciated. I'll focus my attention over on the NginxProxyManager support page, hopefully this is an easy fix. 👍
  9. @saarg I may not have your level of expertise when it comes to this sort of thing, but it was a genuine question, asked with sincerity so that I could fix my problem. I won't take it personally as I've noticed you take a similar tone with other individuals on this forum, but please remember, we all started somewhere.
  10. Hi, Just a quick question. Does anyone have any experience or advice regarding the Titan Security Key, specifically how it would play with Unraid? As it uses NFC, I was wondering if it would be possible to setup Unraid to use the key (located in maybe a nearby draw) in order to boot up, however in the event of the server being stolen, then the key would be an extra level of security. I may have misunderstood the use of the key and be off point, but wanted to ask.
  11. Hi, I was hoping someone could give me a nudge in the right direction. I'm trying to setup OAuth2 and have followed the guide here; OAuth2 Guide My problem however is that I am receiving a "Failed to load config: unable to load config file: While parsing config: (1, 1): unexpected token" error. I've gone over the config file several times and I can't see where I have formatted it incorrectly. For reference, I am trying to set this up for my remote access to bitwarden. Once I get it working I hope to expand it to my other containers. I have included some screenshots below in the hopes that someone can point out my mistake. Many thanks.
  12. Hi, Apologies, I should have clarified, I updated the MariaDB container then I started getting the above errors in NginxProxyManager. The screenshot (from NPM) was just to show the errors and how they were formatted. I assumed that the errors were purporting to be caused by MariaDB somehow, however I could well be wrong. I have raised an issue on GitHub with the NPM team, incase the error was from their end, however I wanted to enquire here also as the errors mentioned difficulty in connecting to MySQL.
  13. Hi, I have just updated the container however my reverse proxy has gone down reporting three errors relating to MariaDB; 2020-09-13 6:11:54 0 [ERROR] Could not open mysql.plugin table. Some plugins may be not loaded 2020-09-13 6:11:54 0 [ERROR] Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table 'mysql.servers' doesn't exist 2020-09-13 6:11:54 0 [ERROR] Fatal error: Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table 'mysql.user' doesn't exist Any advice would be greatly appreciated. ***Edit*** I have tried removing; ib_logfile0 ib_logfile1 & aria_log_control And restarting the service however that did not work, neither did downgrading the container image.