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  1. NGINX and emby Config Version 1.0.2 Last Update 12-18-2020 Update by Pir8Radio Why Use NGINX reverse proxy ahead of my application servers like emby? With NGINX or any reverse proxy ahead of an application server you have more control over your setup. You can do things the application servers were not built to handle, have better control over your security and logging, replace lines of code without editing the application server code, better control of caching, etc, etc...
  2. crusher11

    NGINX - troubleshooting

    I just got a new router, which means my server has moved from local IP 10.0.x.x to 192.168.x.x. I added exactly the same port-forwarding rules to the new router that I had in the old router, changed the local IP address in the NGINX config, restarted NGINX and...it doesn't connect. The domain gets a CloudFlare 524 error. My IP address followed by ports 80, 443, 4343, 8920 and 7241 fails. My IP address followed by port 8096 succeeds. This doesn't make any sense. I have Emby's ports in the network config set to 4343 for secure and 7241 for non-secure. CanYouSeeMe.org can only see me on
  3. I'm trying to set up a load balancer and reverse proxy (Kemp LoadMaster) to handle all incoming connections on port 443 and distribute to my various services in the local network, and to manage SSL certs. I am completely unable to get Emby Server running on macOS to listen on HTTPS. I don't want to "allow remote connections to this Emby Server" or manage an SSL cert on the Emby instance. As you can see below, the Emby Server is not listening on https (port 8920) even though it's reporting that it is. I've tried enabling "allow remote connections" for testing with "handed
  4. Hi Emby Community, I'm trying to set up a reverse proxy (jada jada jada ipv6 reachable from ipv4 jada jada) and for reasons I can only do it with node.js. I took inspiration from this nginx config guide as there where no guides for node.js but I'm stuck at setting the headers correctly. First I want a working setup in pure node.js and the think about using express for compression middleware and stuff like that. const http = require('http'); const PORT = 80; const hostname = 'emby.mydomain.com'; function onRequest(req, res) { console.log('serve: ' + req.url); const opti
  5. Inspired by this article on how to host a website using cloudflare and nginx, i intend to do the same for my emby server. Like swynol, i have nginx server and emby server running on the very same machine which i station on my local home network. My OS however is ubuntu instead of windows. Ive tried both swynol's and lukecarrier's github codes, no avail, it wont redirect to the emby server no matter what. My nginx server was indeed running as both ports 80 and 443 are opened as tested by canyouseeme.org. It just wont redirect whenever i go to https://emby.mydomainname.com I dont
  6. What I have done so far, I have a domain name purchased from namecheap i'll call it <mydomain> I used namecheap's DDNS on my emby server which creates an A record on the domain. for whatever reason, I had to use www.<mydomain>.com I don't know why but i had to add the www's to get it to work, I had also tried @<mydomain>.com but it would never update I have let this run for a week so everything should be updated and ready to go On my router I forwarded ports 80 and 443 to the emby server with my particular router I can't figure
  7. fc7

    Hardening Emby login

    After using Emby for a while I'm so happy with it that I decided to publish it to the Internet so I can listen to my music when I'm away, without needing to VPN home. I'm publishing Emby behind a Squid reverse proxy, using SSL termination. Meaning: Internet Client -----HTTPS SSL connection-----> | Squid reverse-proxy -----PLAIN HTTP-----> Emby | INTERNET | LAN Now I have a c
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