Good morning dear forum!
I have set up the Nextcloud on the raspberry Pi 3+ according to this guide:
In itself, the whole thing is now also going on, but not as intended:
If I want to synchronize folders with Nextcloud software, it won’t happen over the home network. The data is “uploaded” for some reason, resulting in a synchronization speed of 0.2 MB/s (exactly the upload speed that my Internet connection has).
It would be great if the data would go directly from the computer via a lan cable to the router and then to the Nextcloudpi…
There’s probably just a wrong attitude somewhere but I don’t find this…
Does anyone have a suggestion?
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If you want a direct communication inside your network make sure your Nextcloud Desktop Client has configured a local address.
There are multiple options:
- Best Solution: Use a local DNS Resolver which manipulates your DNS Records (A-IPv4) for your local Servers. (Maybe PiHole can do this for you) - I am using Bind for such things, therefore there are also some helpful videos on youtube.
- If IPv6 is available use it (only) for the dynDNS service so direct routing and NAT is no problem as each computer has its own routable address.
Temp Quick and Dirty-solutions:
- Use the raspi-local IP like https://192.168.178.10 for your sync-clients.
Make sure it is the ip-access is allowed in your Nextcloud config.
It is usually located at
0 => 'your.ddns.net',
1 => '192.168.178.10',
- You can also manipulate your local.ddns.net domain in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts file --> disadvantage: mobile routing does not work with that setting, so you need to have an eye on it when you leave your network with your device.