NextCloud installation issue

Any help would be appreciated, I am trying to get NextCloud running but having trouble getting past by submitting the domain name as I keep running into Port 443 not reachable.

I have added a subdomain and point to my static WAN IP.
I have a Nginx Proxy Manager running on Rp4.
I have Debian running on separate host, docker installed on the host and NC AIO installed by following the official install instructions.

Just to narrow down the issue I have forwarded ports 80,443 and even 8443 from my router to the Debian host directly by passing the proxy manager but still the same issue.

Hi, can you follow

I did, after point 13. It installs all containers but is not accessible once deployed.

Ehat kind of error do you get? Can you post a Screenshot maybe?

When I add --env SKIP_DOMAIN_VALIDATION=true to docker run command, was able to bypass the domain validation page and complete the installation of all containers, but then when trying to open NextCloud. Simply get a “Can’t reach this page error”. If I try using the port 8080 then get the below

Can you post the output of sudo docker logs nextcloud-aio-apache here?

Please use https://ip.address.of.this.server:8080 to access the AIO interface instead of https://your-domain:8080

Apache output:
sudo docker logs nextcloud-aio-apache
Waiting for Nextcloud to start…
Waiting for Nextcloud to start…
Waiting for Nextcloud to start…
Waiting for Nextcloud to start…
{“level”:“info”,“ts”:1692009361.6078563,“msg”:“using provided configuration”,“config_file”:“/tmp/Caddyfile”,“config_adapter”:“”}
[Mon Aug 14 20:36:01.611290 2023] [mpm_event:notice] [pid 750:tid 140163172514632] AH00489: Apache/2.4.57 (Unix) configured – resuming normal operations
[Mon Aug 14 20:36:01.611777 2023] [core:notice] [pid 750:tid 140163172514632] AH00094: Command line: ‘/usr/local/apache2/bin/httpd -D FOREGROUND’

When I use https://ip.address.of.this.server:8080 it redirects to the below

Can you show your NPM config?

Thanks for trying to help me out with this issue. I have spent way too much time on this to no avail and hence decided to look at an alternative option.

Just as an alternative idea, you may have a look at