im using Nextcloud 18 without any issues, but recently my home network modem/router got hit with DoS attacks bringing the cable modem/router down every now and then.
i was using port forwarding on the router so i could have access from the outside into my Nextcloud using port 443 with SSL but had to disable it due to the amount of time i was getting the router down.
how are yall accessing your nextcloud appliance from outside?
so far ive seen options of ddns, vpn, reverse proxy, but i still have some questions on how would those be accessible from the outside into my home network.
any ideas you could recommend me?
im using a Netgear C6300 and already have a vpn service.
I would strongly recommend to check out this guide:
I have written it all out step by step and it will surely make your setup more secure and flexible to such attacks.
Please note that it requires a low end host (likely a VPS) that can relay traffic for you.
You can still get a cert from certbot using the dns verification methode. Look at the documentation it’s in cerbot certonly.
Then you can modify your Nginx or apache server for having ssl on that specific port.