I have a working Nextcloud 18.0.3 installation on my synology server (OS: DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 4) which is already connected to 3 clients including my smartphone. Now I would like to connect an additional Windows 10 Home 32 bit client
The browser access (like https://mydomain.de:12345) works fine from that machine.
When connecting with the connection wizard of nextcloud client (2.6.4 stable Win 32)
I see this error message.
Fehler beim Zugriff auf den Token' -Endpunkt: Error transferring http://mydomain.de:12345/login/v2/poll - server replied: Bad Request
The wizard tries to use http instead of https. However my nextcloud server is not reachable via http from internet.
How to overcome the blockage?
REM 1: As a possible outcome I already had tried to find out how to rewrite http access to https on Nextcloud side, but my Google search was not successful here. Actually, for me that is not so important as the Nextcloud instance is for private use mainly. And as far as I remember there was a form in the earlier connection wizard where I could enter the correct URL with leading https://
REM 2: As I can access Nextcloud in my local network with http://192.168…:8090 I used this as a workaround. But obviously this is a local network solution only. Probably I could configure my router to forward the external requests to the http port, but that is not what I want due to security concerns.
Over all the token access via http could be a bug.