OK, so first of all not even sure what I need…I want my own cloud (accessible world wide). I have an extra computer in the basement and an internet connection. I installed Ubuntu 22.04 server, then AIO docker etc. Then setup my nextcloud.domain.com to point to my IP address…I think i need to follow the reverse proxy direction but I can’t figure them out… just the first step apache…what do I do with that text? do I even need a reverse proxy…It’s just for me and family maybe to share files, make backups, photos etc…
No you dont if you do not want to run other services except Nextcloud AIO.
ok, then how to I get it to work? I have ubuntu 22.04.3, docker, nextcloud AIO…i’m ssh’ed in and what now? went to interface: https://192.168.1.82:8080 and have to enter domain…?
OK, for NOOBs out there…missing info:
basic install: ubuntu, then docker, then Nextcloud AIO…you need a website (subdomain) pointing to you IP address (hopefully does not change)…when you change the DNS setting for the site you need to wait upto 48hrs…you can check the DNS propagation (if it is ready) https://dnschecker.org/...then you need to open and forward the ports on you router to the machine ip with the nextcloud (better also reserve and make static) then you need to get open port for 80 and 443 (Port Checker - Check Open Ports Online). anyway hope this helps so desperate fools like me…I now made it to the next setup screen…just wanted to save this info for now.
Port 443/tcp, 443/udp, 3478/tcp and 3478/udp are actually enough. See GitHub - nextcloud/all-in-one: Nextcloud AIO stands for Nextcloud All-in-One and provides easy deployment and maintenance with most features included in this one Nextcloud instance.