I’m running Nextcloud 28.0.1 on “nextcloud.domain.com” and Collabora 23.05.6.4 on “collabora.domain.com”. Both under docker. It is working well but I’d like to secure it.
I tried the env variable on collabora “domain=nextcloud.domain.com” and it doesn’t change anything (if I set domain to something else, I can still open my nextcloud document).
And for nextcloud, I tried to set “Allow list for WOPI requests” but it doesn’t retain the value (the entered value disappear)
I’ve also tried on a fresh install just to be sure, but same problem
How can I secure it so my collabora server will be used only with my nextcloud server and that my nextcloud data will not leak?
Please use the search - lot of issues have been discussed already
It works for me. please review Docker persistent data
is completely outdated see more: Important changes regarding COOL/CODE docker versions from v220.127.116.11 on (multiple domains setup)
Thanks a lot for your help. I did search but I haven’t found the solution.
using “aliasgroup” solved my problem for collabora securing.
I still have trouble with “Allow list for WOPI requests”. On the fresh installed nextcloud instance I can set it but on my “old” instance that have been updated, it doesn’t work. (the ip adress automaticcaly disappear :()
Problem solved, using
docker exec -u 33 -it nextcloud ./occ config:app:set richdocuments wopi_allowlist --value=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
for me it works using GUI as well, but great you found a way to fix the problem!