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  1. Mr.Berzerk

    Emby behind reverse haproxy on pfSense

    Hey everyone. I've been running emby for a while, and know I want to get remote access working, but Emby is one of 6 servers, so it is a must to be behind a reverse-proxy. I got http working, but I can't get Emby to work on https/ssl. I have a certificate setup, but, I get this error in my browser when going https. R_END_OF_FILE_ERROR From searching the web, it is common for proxies to give this error, but I can't figure out what I need to change in haproxy to correct it. Emby is using a letsenecrypt certificate, and is is running remote access through 443. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. I know VPN & Emby remote access is not a new topic. I'm looking into a secure way to provide VPN for my home and still ensure Emby remote access works while providing the best security possible. I have Emby remote access currently working on my NAS by providing a Google Domain (https://mydomain.com), SSL/HTTPS, and Reverse Proxy. I tried installing OpenVPN on the NAS, but Emby remote access was not accessible; as OpenVPN doesn't support Port 443. I have a 30-day trial version of ExpressVPN currently installed on my NAS and individual devices (LAN connected & WiFi where possible), but I still encounter the same problem; Emby remote access / support for Port 443 doesn't appear to work. ExpressVPN supports VPN Split-Tunneling if installed on a VPN Router, which would provide security for my Home devices, NAS, and allow Emby to bypass VPN for remote access. Since I have a Google Domain (https://mydomain.com), SSL/HTTPS, and Reverse Proxy for Emby remote access, I'm "thinking" this might be the best overall solution. I'm definitely not an expert with VPN, all secure network solutions, etc., so I would definitely appreciate any guidance. Note: If you recommend running VPN via home router, which VPN Router would you recommend?
  3. I am trying to set up Emby to be accessible behind my VPN on pfsense. I have setup the VPN on the router and it seems to be working, I am trying to follow https://blog.linuxserver.io/2017/05/01/how-to-run-pfsense-with-pia-vpn-but-still-use-plex-remote-access/ as a guide, I know its for plex but I assume the principle is the same. However when testing I cannot access the server remotely when the VPN is on. Any assistance with this would be very appreciated
  4. Complete Newbie requesting assistance with configuring EMBY Server through pfSense router. Port forwarding ? My server cannot connect to the internet.
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