Home network logins are logged as suspicious

I installed the suspicious login app last year. After 60 days or so of training it started flagging every login as suspicious. Even logins on the local network at home.

Is this normal? At the moment I don’t know whether I’ll be able to distinguish valid logins from suspicious logins.

I have no problem logging in. The logins seem to be logged as suspicious, but they are not rejected.

I’m logging in using a private domain URL which redirects to my home IP address (using DDNS to keep it up to date) - but I don’t think that’s the issue as my IP address hasn’t changed in at least six months.

I might be misunderstanding, but at the moment I’m not seeing any value in the app.

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I’m sorry can’t help. For me it works… no suspicious logins in the log (but I use 2FA which might be “not suspicious” at all)

Tks. I use 2FA too.

Same issue here.
No other answer?

I’m encountering the same issue after having performed an upgrade (to NC28).
Did you finally understood and solved the problem?

See Error on reverse proxy header configuration after update to 28 · Issue #2130 · nextcloud/docker · GitHub, might help…