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  1. Just dropping a message here, in case someone needs to see it. I recently lost access to FileBrowser through the net. This was because of an expired SSL certificate. I wasn't able to renew the certificate within Nginx Proxy Manager either. To fix this, I changed the scheme within Nginx Proxy Manager to HTTP instead of HTTPS (which previously worked fine, for whatever reason) Maybe this'll save a few hours of hair pulling from someone
  2. Opening the container's ip:port on Firefox doesn't show https on the front of the address (which it does for containers like UniFi), and really, from the testings I've done now, it's probably safe to say that FileBrowser uses HTTP. As for the nonsense, good to know! Definitely a possibility. However, access to my FileBrowser was disabled due to expired certificate? It makes sense, that the Nginx wasn't able to renew the certificate, because it couldn't access the FileBrowser container, but such an update _should've_ disabled the access to FileBrowser (through the net) all together? 🤔 Just tested this before I read your message. For whatever reason, renewing the certificate seemed to work just fine? Port 80 isn't disabled all together btw, what I meant was that I disabled the port-forward rule for port 80, as that was previously pointing to FileBrowser. From really quick testing, everything _seems_ to be working just fine right now. Seems that all of this was simply caused by the wrong protocol. 🥴
  3. Edit 3: I've now tried to change the protocol to HTTP instead of HTTPS within Nginx, as I'm not really sure what protocol FileBrowser want's to use. Turns out, this seems to work from quick on/off testing. I'm a bit confused as to why HTTPS worked just fine with the last Nginx container I had, but not here? Going to the certificates tab within Nginx, and testing the reachability of the server seems to still give me the same error as before. So I'm guessing renewing the certificates will still be an issue. Edit 4: Disabling the port-forward rule for port 80 within my router seems to still work. Doing this however, does give me a different result in reachability test, which is now stating that there is no server.
  4. Rightyo! Let's see.. 4.) Does NPM reach your target container? Nope. Nginx container is in br0, and wasn't able to connect to FileBrowser, since that was in Bridge mode. Changing FileBrowser into br0 as well, allows Nginx to connect to it succesfully. I've then changed the port forward rule to reflect this change, which seems to work fine. However, the situation is still very much the same: ✔️ http://[my-public-ip] (Skipping Nginx entirely) ✔️[FileBrowser_ip]:[FileBrowser_port] (Skipping Nginx entirely) ✔️Connection between Nginx and FileBrowser (with br0 network) ✔️http:// domain . com ❌https:// domain . com (results in bad gateway) ❌Server reachability test (Within Nginx) I've only now jumped to the official docker image of the Nginx Proxy Manager, previously, I was rocking the jlesage's docker image, which has server me well up until the issue yesterday with renewing certificates. It was also using Bridge-network mode. I read somewhere about potential issues with that particular docker image, and I figured I'd try this one out, just in case 🤷‍♂️ I feel like I'm just missing something obvious here.
  5. Here's what I've got: However, I'm not exactly in the same spot anymore, as I was with the previous message. I got the certificate to renew itself by changing the port-forward rules, so that from port 80, instead of it being directed to FileBrowser, it was instead directed at Nginx docker. This, however, created a "Bad gateway" error, which I'm now struggling with. I've since changed the port forward rules back to what they were, so port 80 is now directed to FileBrowser again. But the result is the same. I'm also getting the same result with the reachability test. Thank you for the quick response! Appreciate it
  6. Hey there, I've set up an Nginx proxy to an FileBrowser docker (and previously NextCloud) about a year ago, and so far everything has been working like a dream. Until yesterday >.< Not sure what happened, and when, but Nginx wasn't able to auto-renew the SSL certificate for my domain. I only noticed this yesterday, when I wasn't able to connect to the FileBrowser from the net anymore. I've tried to "manually" (as in, from the Nginx GUI) renew the certificate, but it keeps failing. On certain browsers (like Samsung's own web app, which doesn't seem to give two hoots about secure connections) I can connect to the FileBrowser docker just fine. I also created a new domain, and new Nginx proxy host to my FileBrowser docker, without the SSL certificates, just to test if the connection is good. It is. This is what I'm getting from the Docker log (inside of UnRaid) when I try to renew the certificate: Internal Error Error: Command failed: certbot certonly --config "/etc/letsencrypt.ini" --cert-name "npm-6" --agree-tos --authenticator webroot --email "[EMAIL HERE]" --preferred-challenges "dns,http" --domains "[EMAIL HERE]" Saving debug log to /var/log/letsencrypt/letsencrypt.log Some challenges have failed. Ask for help or search for solutions at See the logfile /var/log/letsencrypt/letsencrypt.log or re-run Certbot with -v for more details. at ChildProcess.exithandler (node:child_process:397:12) at ChildProcess.emit (node:events:390:28) at maybeClose (node:internal/child_process:1064:16) at Process.ChildProcess._handle.onexit (node:internal/child_process:301:5) The external log files I can't seem to find anywhere 🤔 Trying to test the server reachability, I get: Any help would be appreciated!
  7. I got the same issue, and asked for help quite a while ago. Long story short, I decided to move to a docker called "FileBrowser" It was rather easy to setup, with a little help from a chinese video, and it's been working flawlessly ever since I set it up! As an added bonus, downloading files bigger than 1gb is actually possible straight out of the box with FileBrowser (I never got that to work with NextCloud)
  8. This seems to have done the trick for me, thanks!
  9. I don't know what the script is though, but probably shouldn't be too hard to create one on your own 🤷‍♂️
  10. Hah, that would actually be good enough for our use, as 95% of the time we're using the files through SMB, and only 5% (whenever someone is working from home, and they're creating new folders) is used with FileBrowser. Mind sharing the script you did?
  11. Did you find a way to get this working?
  12. Either that, or he's just not too concerned about a free piece of software he created a long time ago I tried the "refresh" button just now, and unfortunately, no dice First, I ran the job through user-scripts, and opened the "manage backups" button, to see if the issue was still there (just in case) It was, so now I pressed the "refresh" button. That didn't work, and the backup wasn't updated. Then, I tried to run the cron-job again, and now, I tried to click on the "refresh" before opening the "manage backups" (since this is how it works with changing the profiles as well) and nothing. Just to check I wasn't crazy, I tried it my way, running the cron-job, and then switching between two profiles, and checking the "manage backups", and it worked just fine.
  13. It does sound like it, since it would refresh the profiles 🤔 Would there be a command that could be ran after the profile, to refresh the profiles automatically? 🤔
  14. I don't have the answer for your issue, but I'm using an app called "AutoSync" on our household phones. Cost's like 7eur to get the license to use it with an SMB share, and you can set it to sync automatically any folders you want when you're connected to a specific wifi. Has been working nicely for our needs atleast.
  15. (Old issue, before updating) EDIT: (Internal server error, fixed in the next edit) EDIT2: (Fixing the internal server error, and back to square one) EDIT3: NextCloud is amazing for what it's trying to achieve, when it works. But it has just given me way too many headaches, and it's pretty much overkill for what I want to do with it (accessing files through the internet) that I've now decided to move to "FileBrowser" docker instead. Setting that up took me 10 minutes without really knowing what to do, and it's been working nicely (knock on wood), and even issues that we previously had (not being able to download files over 1gb) are now gone. Good luck all of you UnRaider's, who're battling with NextCloud!