Perhaps you can use the app “Sharing Path” https://apps.nextcloud.com/apps/sharingpath
You can access all nextcloud files via the WebDav protocol
@devnull Tried it, but it works only with files, need the content of a folder too.
Thnaks for the fast help
Sorry. Does not work with directories.
But i think you can also not use WebDAV in the browser.
Maybe any other ideas?
You can set up another virtual host (e.g. in apache2) and map it to the folder:
Then allow directory reading.
I already had a setup like this, but fail2ban banned the ip after some reloads of the link and i have no clue how to avoid that. But i’d like to keep the apache check enabled.
Perhaps you can whitelist the ip: https://www.fail2ban.org/wiki/index.php/Whitelist
Also you can allow the subdir only from one ip in apache2.
Sorry i do not use fail2ban.
Okay, i found the solution…
Allow from All <—
Satisfy Any <—
These two are needed. But at least i got an nice Cloudservice Just some small errors ill have to fix