this is just meant as a tip in case you originally followed the ownCloud documentation <= 7.0 and upgraded and migrated to Nextcloud later.
Until then ownCloud recommended within their documentation some “performance enhancements” set via sysctl. Among them was also
TL;DR: do not enable
If you want to know more about and why, see here: https://vincent.bernat.im/en/blog/2014-tcp-time-wait-state-linux
man tcp(7) explains why it is a bad idea:
Enabling this option is not recommended since this causes problems when working with NAT (Network Address Translation).
As a consequence, if you have one client behind a NAT that connects to Nextcloud, no other client behind that same NAT can connect to the Nextcloud server anymore.
It took us some time to find the culprit. ownCloud removed the recommendation some time ago: https://github.com/owncloud/documentation/commit/5ba5a6d7f5ca7d4b87865aa61b1c0548e19bdf1b but we didn’t follow this change in the documentation…