I just installed ubuntu + nextcloud 11
I am trying to configure my subdomain (forwarding + masking) but when I am configuring forwarding + masking it is not working, when configuring only forwarding it is working fine.
I contacted the godaddy support and said that it has something to do with the site. Any ideas ?
I imagine that could well be a security feature. CC
how can I remove it then ?
It’d be far more secure to manage the domain DNS rather than forwarding…
you mean I create an A record with the domain like the below ?
anyone can guide me on how to do domain dns with masking as I only managed to do the domain dns without the masking :S
You just specify an IP for an A type entry. You can put an URL there.
With the iframe, that is prevented by these security settings:
I wouldn’t disable them if you do this differently. If you control the Nextcloud server, you can easily set up a virtual host for this subdomain you are planning to use.
Sorry chap I didn’t see your reply. A … subdomain (or www if you’re not using it for anything else) … IP
That’s an A record and what you need if you have a public static IP. If it’s dynamic you should setup a dynamic dns like duckdns or noip.com and create a cname from your subdomain to the domain name given by the dynamic dns provider.
thanks for your reply when creating the cname I am getting the below, I created the subdomain from godaddy and a ddns from dyndns
I am getting the below error: left it overnight but still
I wouldn’t use WebHop Redirect if you want to use your hostname in sharing URLs. It should be
Host with IP address and the dyndns-service should then keep the IP address updated.
but with ipaddress I cannot specify the folder that I have installed nextcloud:
Normally you do manage this on your webserver, you automatically redirect requests to
https://yourhost.com to https://yourhost.com/nextcloud
If you have your own domain, you normally can create as many subdomains as you want. Therefore, I wouldn’t install Nextcloud into a subdirectory (I’m currently planning to move away from the subdirectory) because of the __Host prefix mitigates cookie injection vulnerabilities:
Anyone know of a doc to explain enabling __Host-Prefix?
https://scan.nextcloud.com indicates it's the only step left to do note: FreeBSD 11.0 p8
Thanks in advance for any ideas on this!! OC
__Host-Prefix may be something so new that the nextcloud docs are not yet up for it, I only found it mentioned on Github and the nextcloud blog
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers/Set-Cookie indicates a spec for __Host- prefix other than that it's really not documented out t…
If you don’t want it showing
/nextcloud at the end then as
@tflidd states, configure your webserver to either redirect, or change the webroot directory from
There’s info for setting up vhosts and configs here: