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  1. johntankard

    Reverse Proxy - unknown ip

    Hi guys, Need a little help please. I've setup cloudflare reverse Proxy pointing to my emby server, in addition I've secured the incoming port to only allow ip ranges that belong to cloudflare. For a while all was fine but today I couldn't access the emby server, while examining the firewall logs I noticed the cloudflare ip was allowed through but also noticed a single ip address that tried access at the same time that belonged to Google namely ( was being blocked - once I allowed this ip through, the emby android app connected fine. Does emby rely on some additional Google ownes ip addresses? It doesn't make sense. Thanks John.
  2. hi, i would like to see a option to set the remote address to something like: https://www.example.com/emby I can edit the external wan address but i have to provide a port number. but i cannot leave the external https port empty and : https://www.example.com/emby:443 won't work. Now i have to manually insert my server address in the android app for example. The windows app won't work.
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