I have successfully setup next cloud and am able to access it perfectly while on the same network. Although i’m in need of some help setting up access externally when i’m not on the same network. while i would say in tech savy this is beyond confusing me
Any help would be amazing
so i have now port forwarded ports 80 to 443 on my router and im able to access the nextcloud login page although i cannot login as it tell me im not on a trusted domain ?
FYI im using the easy premade linux method so no GUI
I have now reinstalled everything again using the long liunx method with gui. Although i keep getting this error
Forward port 443 from the firewall (router) to 443 on the NC server (or 80 for non-SSL setups). Forwarding 80 TO 443 sounds like you’ve opened every port from 80 to 443. If that’s not the case then great, but you only need one of those ports.
Next, it’s now telling you that the only trusted domain you’ve added during installation is likely the internal IP address. For security it doesn’t allow anyone to connect via any domain pointed at your server. It should have prompted you to add it automactically by logging in and clicking authorise, but if not, you can add it in your config/config.php file located in the root of your NC installation (/var/www/html/nextcloud/)
In there you can find and edit so the lines read like:
Finally it’s indicating you have a permissions issue, so you need to SSH back into your server and do a sudo chmod -R 770 /var/www/html/nextcloud/data. Really it sounds like you might need to find the permissions guide on the NC docs to ensure you’re not leaving anything else world-readable also.
Firstly i want to say thank you for helping me out, in the end i ended up reinstalled for a 3rd time and i now have it work but i will be saving everything you wrote there, for troubleshooting.
Just a quick question you might know the answer of, when accessing nextcloud from another machine/ device, am i going to have to keep editing the config.php to allow each machine ?
so i have tested nextcloud from a different IP and a different device and it allows me to login fine without having to authorise anything. is that normal ?
also i type in just my ip address without /nextcloud i can get access to the Apache2 Ubuntu Default Page is that safe, for people to be able to to access that page just by typing in my IP.
Should i just remove the file its pointed to and that should bring up nothing correct ?
to the one web root, being able to get to NC when you append /nextcloud to any domain, you’d have to add all 4 domains to the config. That’s all. Similarly anyone can point their domain at your IP, however unless you’ve authorised it Jim using fraudulentdomain.de can’t pretend to be your NC cloud offering.
The default apache page offers nothing in the way of security issues. Leave it there if you have nothing to replace it with, otherwise it’ll just 404 on someone who types in the domain/IP without /nextcloud.
next question haha i need to edit the config.php but the last time i tried to do this the file was locked. the only way was to edit the permissons but thats what messed up my next cloud last time.
i need to do this because i get this message “No memory cache has been configured. To enhance your performance please configure a memcache if available.” from what i have read i need to install Redis and edit the config.php
off topic when using the next cloud android app the auto upload doesn’t seem to work, im on android 7.0 using the next-cloud beta apk
also getting this error “Last cron job execution: 2 hours ago. Something seems wrong.” im able to upload and download files so im not sure if this is something to worry about or not
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also getting this error “Last cron job execution: 2 hours ago. Something seems wrong.”
Have you setup the cronjob, or just ticked the box for cron?
so i think i have setup cron correctly just waiting to see what happens in 15 minutes.
now i didnt have this issue before but now i do. i cannot access my next cloud via HTTPS if i try the page just isn’t found, but works fine using just http. i have looked at a few different guides but im still confused
I’m not 100% sure what you’re doing there.
If you want SSL to work you need to configure SSL on port 443, not create a *:80 vhost in the SSL file. You can redirect the non-https traffic later, when https actually works.
I think you should go through my guide step by step from step 4. Ensure you have the right packages installed, then go one step at a time through setting up SSL, pretty links, installation, etc. If you can’t follow that let me know and I may be able to edit areas to make them clearer.
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