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I'm unable to connect to the server from other computers on my LAN, only on the local machine (e.g. 127.0.0.1:8096). Some things I've tried: Added rules to Windows Firewall Disabled Windows Firewall (turned it off within Windows Firewall; separately disabled the service) Used other ports There is no other firewall software on the server that I'm aware of. For my sanity, I installed Emby on a Windows 10 machine and it worked flawlessly the first time. Is there anything else I could be missing? Netstat results below: Proto Local Foreign State PID TCP 0.0.0.0:8096 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING 11944 (Emby) TCP [::]:8096 [::]:0 LISTENING 11944 When I'm connected on the local machine, I also get: TCP [::1]:8096 [::1]:51528 ESTABLISHED 11944 TCP [::1]:51528 [::1]:8096 ESTABLISHED 9304 (Chrome)
Hello, I currently have an Emby Server setup that streams over the internet to multiple users. I will put machine / network specs below. I use CloudFlare for DNS so I can route my domain to the server IP address. I also use CloudFlare for the free SSL they provide. I have tried using their Flexible and Full options, both of which give me the same problem. When using SSL the server will only load sometimes, if I continuously refresh the page then it may load after 10+ tries. Once it loads it seems like it works for a while until it isn't used anymore. If I connect with the direct IP via http then it works fine. The problem only occurs when SSL is on and I connect via https. Server Specs: Virtual Machine 4 vCPU's 8GB RAM 200GB SSD Windows Server 2012 R2 800Mbps Down / 800Mbps Up CloudFlare Settings: Main Domain pointed towards server IP with CloudFlare on SSL: Full Security Level: Low Cache: Standard Page Rules: 1. *<mydomain>.com/* always uses https. All other settings are untouched. Emby Settings: http port number: 80 https port number: 443 Report https as external address: yes Auto port mapping: yes Any help with this is greatly appreciated! Also, I'm willing to give domain to trusted people on the forums via PM. Thanks, Gabriel Gulla EDIT: Sorry, forgot log files, http://pastebin.com/zBbs3bd4