Hi, I more or less got nextcloud 10 setup using this guide on my Pi3 running rasbian 8.
I’ve tested it and I can see and upload files from my debian machine on my home network using my private ip. However, the android app doesn’t connect. Where it asks for the server address, I use my public ip:
That somehow indicates that your network is not properly configured. Verify with your router documentation and perhaps on your providers forum if there are any known issues (e.g. some routers use port 443 for their own interface, so it can’t be used for your own services). Also double check the ip address that you really forward the requests to the right ip address. With tcpdump you can check on your server all incoming packages (if there are incoming packages but your webserver doesn’t respond, your network is ok and you need to take a look at your webserver).
What tcpdump command should I run in terminal to see if I’ve configured the network properly?
@JasonBayton, I’ve installed NC 10 on a raspberry pi3 running rasbian 8. I actually followed the write-up on your blog to get up and running. I have ee brightbox router. I followed the guide on the ee website to forward ports 80 and 443, but I’ve never done this before.
What config files should I be checking to make sure NC is listening to the right ports?
Sorry if these questions are really basic, I’m new to this sort of stuff.
Try 80 and 443 there, I’ve just tested a few ports I know I have open and it reported them correctly. Getting confirmation of the ports being open at least gives us more of an indication of where the issue lies.
That’ll be it then. Try deleting and re-applying your port forwards, then reboot the router. Beyond that you may be better served over on the EE forums as they’ll have more intimate knowledge of the routers than I (and probably others here).
As I wrote earlier, if you can access NC from inside your network you should be fine once the forwards apply.