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  1. This is how you'd do a wildcard cert. You have to select Use a DNS challenge and then select who your DNS provider is. Mine is Cloudflare. I had to get my API key from their management dashboard and fill it in replacing that 0123456789... value. Im sure other providers are more or less the same. When it asks for the domain for the cert, you'd do * or whatever. Of course, you dont HAVE to use a wildcard cert, but if you want to handle say, 10 services, then you'd need 10 certs.
  2. I effectively am. While that wasn't my original goal for using NPM, it was just too easy not to really. I'm using a wildcard cert.
  3. Well, it finally dawned on me what I was doing wrong here. (Just in case anyone else makes my same mistake:) I had the unRaid management ports set to 80 and 443 so naturally I had to set the http and https ports of NPM to something else. In my case, 180 and 1443. Since I had my router set up to forward WAN requests of 80/443 to 180/1443, all worked well from the outside. Inside the network however, when I access it will implicitly use port 80/443 which of course just maps over to the unRaid mgmt ui, NOT npm of course. Doh! So, I just changed the mgm
  4. Hey all, pretty new to Unraid and reverse proxys, etc... I am using NPM to allow public access to a couple of services and that all works well. I wanted to configure a few more services but only for local access. For example: sabnzbd.local or radarr.local, etc. I added a static DNS entry to my router (Untangle) for sabnzbd.local that points to (my Unraid/Nginx container IP) and configured a proxy host for sabnzbd.local that points to When I try to access sabnzbd.local from my PC, it sends me to the unraid login page. That tell