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  1. Hi, I recently rid myself of my Vodafone modem/router and moved to a Draytek 130 modem along with an EdgeRouter X. I've moved everything over and been tinkering with settings, learning as I go, slowly. My issue however is with accessing local services such as bitwarden, emby, nextcloud etc via their domain name, eg bitwarden.mydomain.uk. To be honest, this was my main reason for moving over. I can access them externally with no issues, and I can access them internally however only when using their specific local IP and port numbers, eg I have tried almost everything, including over on the UI forums, however no one can resolve the issue. I have made some headway with setting DNS forwarding entries for my internal services (all of my service URL's point to my Unraid server IP of, however they all resolve to NextCloud. My assumption is that as my NextCloud service is set for port 443, this is the cause of the issue. However when I amend nextcloud to any other port, allowing SWAG to have sole use of ports 80 & 443, whenever I then try to access any service locally, instead of resolving to NextCloud as it did previously, I now get an; "This site can't be reached" error. For reference, I currently have only two port forwarding rules on my router, bother are for SWAG; 1980 resolves internally to 80, whilst 19443 resolves internally to 443. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. My Unraid docker port allocations; My EdgeRouter X port forwarding rules; My EdgeRouter X DNS rules; The Nextcloud page I'm redirected to when NextCloud instance is assigned port 443; The error page I'm redirected to when SWAG instance is assigned port 443;
  2. Fantastic, thank you. That's my Friday night sorted with those Youtube videos. ๐Ÿ˜
  3. Hi, Thanks again for the advice, just ordered these; *UBIQUITI Networks EdgeRouter X 5 Ports Gigabit LAN/WAN Router *Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-LR 175.7 x 43.2 mm 2.4-5 GHz 802.11ac Dual-Radio Long Range Access Point
  4. Thank you very much for taking the time to reply, it is certainly a route I'm interested in taking. I'll look into it today and hopefully get my Asus sent back. Many thanks!
  5. Luckily I'm within the 14-day return period so I could send it back. Could you recommend a suitable replacement by any chance? Preferably a WiFi 6 router with Pfsense.
  6. Many thanks, I'll look into that option. ๐Ÿ‘ Fingers crossed my router does support it after the money I've just spent on it and the replacement modem.
  7. Hi, Unfortunately my attempts throughout the day have proven negative so far, resulting in me asking for help here.
  8. Hi, I have recently moved house and in turn changed Internet provider to Vodafone. This has had the undesirable effect of not allowing me to access locally my reverse proxied services (bitwarden, nextcloud, emby, Radarr, Sonarr). Whenever I try, I just receive the following error; This site canโ€™t be reached The web page at https://bitwarden.mydomain.com/#/ might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address. ERR_HTTP2_PROTOCOL_ERROR I was advised that the Vodafone modem/router is locked down and I would be best to get a replacement, namely a DrayTek 130 modem, which I did. The DrayTek is now in Bridge mode and passing everything through directly to my Asus ZenWiFi AX. The Asus has the obtained Vodafone credentials and everything is working great, EXCEPT that I'm still not able to access my reversed proxy services locally (externally is fine). I'm pulling my hair out and I feel like I'm just going round in circles now. Can anyone please help?
  9. Hi, How can I force Sabnzbdvpn to recreate the wg0.conf file? I've just noticed that Sabnzbdvpn stopped during the night and each time I restart it, I get the following error; [crit] VPN configuration file /config/wireguard/wg0.conf does not contain 'Endpoint' line, showing contents of file before exit... Checking the file however reveals that it is completely blank? I'm at a loss as to what's happened during the night. ***Edit - Simply deleting the file and restarting seems to have done the trick.
  10. Hi, I spotted over on the DelugeVPN thread that WireGuard had been implemented and so I've taken out a month subscription with PIA to try it out. Everything seemed to go well however once SabnzbdVPN starts in the log, I can't get the GUI to load? I don't see any errors in the log and so I was hoping someone could shed some light? Many thanks. SabnzbdVPN log; GUI won't load; My SabnzbdVPN settings; ***Edit - DOH.....I didn't update the lan_network address (I've recently moved house), all working now.
  11. Hi, I haven't been following too closely of late regarding WireGuard support, but I wanted to ask anyone whom has successfully got it working, what kind of speed increase are you seeing over regular openvpn? I ask as I am currently with NordVPN and Mullvad however Mullvad is a monthly subscription which I'm happy to change to PIA if its worth it.
  12. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ Many thanks for the advice! This is what happens when a "non-IT" tinkers with Unraid. ๐Ÿ˜ I'll have a look around on how to enable hairpining on Vodafone. ๐Ÿ‘
  13. Hello all, Just finished the house move, well physically moving everything anyway, and thought I would start with setting up the essentials, water, heating, Unraid. Everything is going well except that I'm unable to access any of my five proxied services (bitwarden, nextcloud, emby, radarr or sonarr) locally if I type in their public address. I can access them via their local port numbers, however if I enter eg bitwarden.mydomain.uk I receive back; This site canโ€™t be reached The web page at https://bitwarden.mydomain.uk/ might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address. ERR_HTTP2_PROTOCOL_ERROR If I use my mobile, the pages can be accessed fine, just locally is the issue. The only difference from the other house is that I have moved from BT to Vodafone. I recall when I was initially setting Letsencrypt up, some people had an issue with "double NAT / hairpinning" which I'm wondering may be my issue. Before I set about replacing the supplied Vodafone router however, I wanted to double check with yourselves that I'm not missing something obvious (which wouldn't be the first time). ๐Ÿ˜‚ The only changes I have made to the router are; *Updated the port forwarding rules for 80 & 443, *Disabled UPnP, *Ensured that my Unraid servers local address ( was given an exception in the routers firewall. I have looked online for similar issues however people seem to have the opposite problem (unable to access externally). Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I'm up the wall with everything else going on and this would certainly help me out getting it to work.
  14. Many thanks. Just what I was after, I'll look into that setup. ๐Ÿ‘
  15. Thanks for the advice. I think I'm going to have to pour myself another whisky to get my head round these PCIe shenanigans.