My ISP seems to be blocking ports 80/443 since I cannot reach my Nextcloud server through those ports, but I am able to when changing the ports to 880/8443. How do I go about setting up HTTPS on my server with letsencrypt? (or some other relatively simple solution).
Any advice is appreciated!
Hard to believe that your ISP is blocking 80/443. Sure that nothing on your side is doing this? AV-Snakeoil, Browser-Plugins etc. perhaps another or a misconfigured Webserver, Firewall, Reverse Proxy? Could be everything!
To answer your question: No Lets Encrypt works only with 80/443
I had port forwarding for another web server before but I’ve changed those to the IP of the new server, I’m 100% sure. I have nextcloud installed on Ubuntu Server via snap if that helps. And no AV-Snakeoil, Browser-Plugins etc. And according to this documentation letsencrypt will work with a proxy: https://github.com/nextcloud/nextcloud-snap
" Note: Let’s Encrypt will expect that Nextcloud is exposed on ports 80 and 443. If you change ports and don’t put Nextcloud behind a proxy such that ports 80 and 443 are sent to Nextcloud for that domain name, Let’s Encrypt will be unable to verify ownership of your domain and will not grant certificates."
Regarding your ISP blocking ports 80 and 443; I expect that you have the router/modem settings to accept remote management on 80 and 443. This will overrule your NAT / port forwarding settings.
Apart from this issue, you can always use Let’s Encrypt DNS TXT-record verification which isn’t limited by port numbers.
How do i disable this? Thank you!
Update: Remote management seems to be turned off.
I checked nmap and got this result
PORT STATE SERVICE
22/tcp open ssh
80/tcp open http
68/udp open|filtered dhcpc
5353/udp open|filtered zeroconf
I clearly port forwarded port 80. Why doesn’t it work?
But i noticed that port 22 is open. But i actually removed that forward some time ago? Either my port forwarding doesn’t work or something else?
I can access my ddns domain on port 80 from my LAN but not from any other network.
Does this help?