Hi, I have the following error on my admin page. I am using the server on a local network. Is it possible to use https on local network? If not how to I get rid of that message? Thanks.
Error: ‘You are accessing this site via HTTP. We strongly suggest you configure your server to require using HTTPS instead as described in our security tips.’
local network address: 192.168.x.x
Sure, it’s possible to use HTTPS on your local network. Provided you’re on Linux, you can follow this guide to enable SSL: https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/12/admin_manual/installation/source_installation.html#enabling-ssl-label
as @bem13 already wrote, it IS possible to use https.
but on the other hand: why would you need that if nc is running in your LAN, only?
plus: there are good reasons for you to upgrade (manually) to the lastest version…
Thx for the replies, unfortunately I am unable to connect to server. I upgraded to NC 13 but I don’t think the issue comes from the upgrade.
i don’t understand b/c earlier you wrote:
which clearly means you CAN access your server. it even is working.
and as you run it in your local network there should be a way to connect to commandline
I upgraded to NC 13 as your post suggested and now I am unable to connect, so I created a new topic