Miidnight

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  1. Thank you both of you for your answer. I just wanted to be sure that is was not possible for the DuckDNS case according to the description linuxserver guys made. I will set my Unraid IP as static and will assign the DuckDNS to that IP. The reason I am doing this is that I use something similar to the DuckDNS "DNS Validation method" for certificate that you can see in that article : https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs/wiki/Running-a-private-bitwarden_rs-instance-with-Let's-Encrypt-certs A way for me to keep all internally without opening my router's ports.
  2. Hello, As the container description is : Is there a way to dynamically push the Unraid server private IP to our duckdns subdomain ? For instance, if my RAID server change from 192.168.1.10 to 192.168.1.11, I would like mysub.duckdns.org to point to 192.168.1.11 as of now. Many thanks
  3. Hello, What do you mean by that ? I do provide the concat of server cert + CA cert - my gut tells me that it is more an URL issue than a certificats problem. Do you guys reach your bitwarden instance through the android app thanks to a simple domain or thanks to a domain with port or path like me ? (https://tower:18443/bitwarden)
  4. Hi everybody, Did anyone already try to setup a full local selfhosted bitwarden (without any Let's Encrypt) and make it working with Android ? I have bitwarde docker running on my Unraid, reachable on all web browser through https://tower:18443/bitwarden (including Web browsers on my phone) thanks to a self signed certificate with self CA. The only thing I can't have working is the bitwarden Android App which throw me a "Trust anchor for certification path not found" error even though i've imported the CA certificate. Here is how I generate my stuff : # >>
  5. Hi everyone ! Intro (can be skipped) I was initally planning to buy a Synology/QNAP pre-built Plug&Play solution and I have been tempted to choose the custom build way as it is cheaper, more powerful and more evolutive/upgradable. Then I have been lurking on forums.unraid.net and serverbuilds.net for days and now it is time for me to jump into the NAS game. Before starting, I really want to thank all of you guys for your awesome work (tutorials, thoughts,, discussions, ...) that guided me through that hard time we all noob have choosing our hardware parts Oh, final word : I'm