Trusted domains are used by Nextcloud to prevent Host Header Poisoning. You need to specify every domain at which your Nextcloud can be accessed.
This means if you have Nextcloud installed at “192.168.0.29” and also want it to be accessible at “cloud.example.com” you’d need to modify the trusted_domains entry in your config/config.php. The initial config would look like the following:
I have the same problem with Giu.
I added a new router and created a bridge connection with my old one which I changed the mode to modem.
After doing that I connected my raspberrypi, where I have the nextcloud installed, to my new router and then I got this screen to add the new ip to the trusted_domains list in config.php.
I did it and still getting the same message.
Any help would be appreciated.
Problem like this is why I don’t recommended Owncloud/Nextcloud. Keep away and look for other system. Different solutions on different system, and why developer not open it for all domain and let the user blacklist domain on it self is a clue to me. And this is only the start to all the trouble the developer have built in in the system for ordinary people.
On forum how recommended Nextcloud I say no, no, no way. Its a fine idea but for special people. I like Nextcloud but not in the way the developers have put in restrictions that must be forced into the terminal and which solutions are completely different on different systems. The domain response list is just the beginning. Then it’s how big files you can upload and to access dividends through network drives etc.
Yep feel the same way but not only with nextcloud … with the whole damn concept of linux. Great idea but poor execution.
Im currently stuggeling to find the location of said config/ folder. My NC is inside a docker and occ seems to be missing.
It seems that linux devs just assume that the user just happens to know where that file is?
the pathtoyourfile seems to be very very variable as i ftlog can not figure out where its supposed to be.
Why isn’t there an easy way to add these trusted domains inside nextcloud? On many pictures posted here i do see a link that supposedly lets you add the domain directly from the webpage. My nextxloud doesn’t have that feature apparently?