I have a self hosted Nextcloud installed on one of my computers. All is okay
Until today I normally use duckdns.org
"https:1244duckdns.org.mynextcloud…” to access it
But after playing around with tailscale I can now use “https:1234tailscale.mynextcloud…”
I have the ssl certificates for both, so both are using https. And 2FA for my login
Am I right in thinking that using #tailscale is slightly safer than #duckdns. Because with tailscale I don’t need to open the 443 port. Or is there no difference
The only difference that I can see is the port being configured open on my router for duckdns to run. Which I don’t need for tailscale
I can access both via my browser or my telephone. Both work perfectly.