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  1. Hi, i have an issue connecting to my emby server using Emby connect account. My IP is set to be dynamic for the device that is running the server, hence EMBY connect sounded as an excellent option for me to connect across device without going back and forth to my host device for IP address. However, i am unable to connect to the server from any device using the EMBY connect. I read somewhere, opening port solves the issue, unfortunately i am weak in networking skill. I have configured the port to open at 8096 and 8920 with the 192.168.0.xxx (The IP is binded to the device in whi
  2. hi guys my isp has blocked port 80 and I'm unable to authorize my certificates for my ddns. for the sake of the noob users on my network it would be helpful if your apps would automatically accept self signed certificates. i understand this is not possible in web browsers but surely its possible in your apps on smart tv's and consoles etc.... i have recently had to give plex my money which i am not happy about. i dont want to stop supporting emby however if i cant use the secure connections its of no real use to me anymore.
  3. Hi all My first post I'm really struggling to connect externally to my network. I've tried using the Emby Connect functionality and failed miserably. Whenever i try to login I just get the sign in error image attached. I even click the forgot password button and just get some page does not exist message attached. I know the password and username is correct as I've logged into this forum. The user is setup in the server to allow remote connections too. So in my wisdom I assumed that perhaps the router is blocking the access after reading the connectivity help. I'm not a
  4. How does my ISP see my outgoing network traffic? Do they see the actual music titles? Movie titles? and Podcast titles? Or is it just file type information that they see. I have about 15 users. 5 of them are in my house, 7 of them are scattered around the country and a few are in different corners of the world. I'm probably streaming about 10-15 hrs a day to various users mostly HD content. I don't have an SSL cert setup yet and wondering if I should if my ISP is snooping on my data. Thanks!
  5. I would like to have my EMBY server respond on a different IP address to the main QNAP box. I have seen, and unsuccessfully tried to use, settings that suggest this is possible. I suspect that I am missing some pre-requisites though and wondered if anyone can point me in the right direction to get this working.
  6. Hello all! First off, I apologize if this topic has been posted elsewhere, but I could not seem to find a solution that relates directly to my problem. My Goal Is to use my Apache web server as a proxy for all external connections. In other words, I want emby to run under my domain (E.g. app.example.com/emby) My Setup I have a dedicated box running Windows 7, this is where Emby is running. Then, in a virtual machine (same box) I have a Ubuntu install that runs my Apache web server. My Problem Emby (seems) to refuse all incoming connections on the public port (8096). Aft
  7. I have couple of users who are outside my network but still can access my server via vpn. I set a bitrate in the playback settings of 1mbit. "An optional per-stream bitrate limit for all out of network devices. This is useful to prevent devices from requesting a higher bitrate than your internet connection can handle. This may result in increased CPU load on your server in order to transcode videos on the fly to a lower bitrate." But it doesn't look like it's working. I want to limit anything outside of my network to 1mbit and force transcoding. Here is my setup: There is NO a
  8. anderbytes

    Docker Bridge vs DLNA

    Hi. Has anyone successfully enabled DLNA in Emby via Docker and has Bridge networking configured instead of Host networking? I follow all the instructions but DLNA is NEVER visible from outside the container. If I change networking to HOST, then everything works fine.
  9. Moleburt

    Local and Remote Access

    I have a question I'm curious if anyone knows the answer to. I currently use Emby for home use, because for some reason Plex doesn't work on my local network, but I have people that use my Plex for remote access. So yesterday I finally decided to figure and set up Emby for remote access, I added the port forwarding to my router and tested it out, it worked. Then I went to use Emby at home and it wouldn't work on the local network, kept getting errors, but as soon as I deleted the port forwarding I had added to my router it worked like normal again. Ideally I would like to be able to use just o
  10. Let me start off by saying while I have a lot of experience with windows server, I am new to Ubuntu/linux, so please forgive me if this is a very easy issue to solve. I am running windows server 2008 R2 on my main server with media stored on several raid arrays and shared via windows file sharing across my network. I also run several virtual machines on this box via hyper-v, one of which is Ubuntu server 16.04 LT (command line only) with Emby Server. The Ubuntu server connects to several of the windows shared folders via CIFS (attached the FSTAB configuration file) and mounts automaticall
  11. After the most recent updates, I have run into an issue with Emby Server 3.1.6007.33439. Emby Server seems to be binding to the wrong NIC - binding itself to the VMWare VMNet #1 Virtual Network Adapter (a VMWare Host-only Network) rather than to the physical NIC - ASUS PCI-E AC68 WiFi Adapter. This has rendered Emby Server inaccessible to anything on the local network (since VMNet #1 is a Host-only adapter). Disabling the VMWare Adapters forces it to use the WiFi Adapter but this has to be done every single time Emby Server is started. Is there a way to override which adapter is used w
  12. I currently have Emby Server running on Ubuntu Server 16.04. The main problem is that i am able to access the Emby sever on my LAN yet when I attempt to connect to the server for outside of the LAN I get the error "We're unable to connect to the selected server right now. Please ensure it is running and try again". I have read the Wiki of networking and have configured everything as suggested. I have already told my router to port forward port 8096, I have opened the port already through Ubuntu, and I currently have a static IP address for my server. Yet this error continues to show
  13. I have no idea where to start. I'm having some trenches dug out in the near future and having power correctly installed to the out buildings rather than a crappy bit of 2.5mm cable running overhead that the old owner ran. Anyway that was cut down and uninstalled the moment I moved in. However with these trenches dug, I will be laying water pipe, then some 10mm 3 Core Armored electrical cable in a sandwich of sand, then i thought i'd lay some network cable ontop of the sand. So I've ordered some pretty good shielded Cat6 (305m/1000ft) to lay ontop, but I will need a Gigabit switch t
  14. Port forwarding; an overview This is an overview not an in depth discussion of IPv4 networking The basic’s IP addresses have to be unique on a network if they are duplicated then data may not be delivered to its intended recipient. You could think of this like a postman delivering mail on your street, if there are two houses numbered 12 then which does he deliver mail addressed for number 12 too, probably the first number 12 they get to. Needing a unique IP address causes a problem. Due to the way IPv4 works there are simply not enough of these addresses available for every one
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