Hi , I am facing some problems when downloading files from Nextcloud.
There is no problem when downloading some small files (~ a few MB) from Nextcloud.
However when i try to download a zip file (>5GB) through Chrome, it shows “Network Error”.
When using wget to download the files , it shows followings:
2023-02-23 11:32:10 (107 MB/s) - Read error at byte 63832032/6228407627 (error:0A000119:SSL routines::decryption failed or bad record mac).
What I’m doing wrong? Thanks!
February 23, 2023, 2:26pm
Sorry i do not use Caddy. But i found this configuration for nginx
Maybe you can use it also in Caddy see
Maybe you can change to nginx to include/exclude Caddy for your error.
Thank you for your reply . I switched to nginx with your suggested configuration. However , same errors occur . Anyway ,thanks for your help
February 24, 2023, 10:18am
I’ve just tried to download a 3.6 GB iso file of my test-instance and it worked without any problem. The error message that you have been reporting points towards a faulty network infrastructure. Can you check that your network interface and router and related stuff is not mis-behaving?
February 24, 2023, 11:58am
Also have you tested with different files? Maybe you can copy a new correct file (use checksums) to the linux filesystem and use
files:scan --all to integrate the file to your Nextcloud. Then check the download again.
Does your Server and Client have good and reliable, strong DNS services for repeated DNS lookups?
Can you open more than 1 terminal session if possible?
Try a normal ping to a well known host and leave it running for 24 hours.
When you stop it.
You should have the stats over the period of time it was running.
Hope that helps. I will need to actually try Nextcloud AIO soon.
After doing some investigation , I found out that I can download big files from the external network but not local network .
After turning off the Fast Forwarding in my Linksys router and setup a seperate DNS for the local network , I am able to download the big files in my local network.
I am not a expert about network infrastructure , but I suspect there are something wrong NAT forwarding in my router. Maybe Linksys routers are very strange…
Thank you for pointing out the faulty network infrastructure.