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  1. So, i needed to enable remote connections for Emby server, and i wanted to secure it with https. I have seen quite a few guides on how to enable https on emby server, but i find this to be an easier way if you own an asus router that supports Lets Encrypt. Im not sure which models that support this, but my AC-86U did. All i did to get a hold of the ssl ceritifactes was to enable this in the WAN-DDNS section in the router, then export files like this: Then i converted the cert and key file to a pfx file with "Win64OpenSSL_Light-1_1_0L" https://slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html and imported this in to Emby: I used this command: "openssl pkcs12 -inkey key.pem -in cert.pem -export -out output.pfx" Of course you also have to port forward the needed ports to make this work. Thats it, so if you own an ASUS router with this option you can save a lot of time, and a bonus, the router also automaticly renews the certificates. If this already has been posted i apologize, and feel free to leave comments if there are things i have missed or if this method seems like a bad idea.
  2. Hope somebody can help with this, as its driving me nuts. My internet is supplied through a 4G router, which I have an unraid server running Emby in a Docker behind. Everything works as it should on the LAN but the WAN is a different story, so I couldn't connect to Emby out and about. This turned out to be the ISP using CGNAT on the connection which I understand, so to get round this I have setup a VPN Docker, and run Emby through this docker connection. Im using Windscribe for the VPN connection, using a Static IP Address and port forwarding. Now here comes the fun part and I just cant figure it out......... If I try to open Emby in another location, which is using a standard broadband connection, then Emby fails to load properly, if at all. If it does present the login screen, and I enter my credentials, it then just sits at the login screen and never logins in. Emby shows that it has a connection through the Dashboard, but never actually completes the login...... And now for the strange part, bearing in mind Emby is using a VPN connection through an app in unraid. If I try the same server connection details using a mobile phone and a 4G connection, it all works exactly as it should, switch back a computer using a standard broadband connection, and it again fails to load Emby. As to why it works using a 4G connection whilst away from home, but fails to work using standard broadband I am at a loss...... Anyone have any ideas???? The only thing that correlates, is that my home router is a 4G router, and emby works using a 4G mobile phone whilst away from home, but this doesn't make sense, as if Emby works through the VPN using 4G, then surely it should work using standard broadband Update: After a bit more digging, if I connect a laptop to my personal hotspot on my mobile phone, everything works as it should. I know this is a 4G connection again, but it proves that the app on my android phone and web access do work, just over 4G not standard broadband
  3. Hi guys, If anyone can help me find a solution it would be wonderful. Accessing my domestic Emby server on my TV worked well until I changed my configuration for practical reasons. My new setup is like this : - TV wired to the router A provided by my ISP. Router A is directly plugged into the wall to receive fiber network - Router B (this one I once bought for wifi expanding) wired to router A - PC server wired to router B. So my guess is that the PC server is not on the same LAN as the TV. How can I setup router B so that my TV can "see" the good IP address and port ? I don't have a very good knowledge in networks. Thanks a lot
  4. I upgraded our router from a Google Onhub to a Orbi AC3000 (to help with connectivity on the other end of the house). After upgrading I did notice the connecting Host IP changed from 192.168.86.26 to 192.168.1.2. I tried updating the address and connecting to it on my Nvidia Shield and Android phone, but it didn't connect on either. However, when I type in the IP address with the 8096 Port on the Windows computer the server is housed on, I'm able to connect just fine. Just in case if it was useful, I did include the most recent server log. Any help is absolutely appreciated! Hoping to get this resolved before the wife comes home! Thank you! EDIT: I forgot to mention I did go into my Windows Firewall and did the following steps (to Port 8096): https://wiki.mcneel.com/zoo/window7firewall server.txt
  5. buddyweiser

    Raspberry Pi 3B+ as Server

    What I want: I am looking for a very small form factor solution to serve up media to 1 possibly 2 devices(direct stream, NOT transcode), and also act as a router. This will be for travel. I also want to keep cost down as much as possible (less than 100 is good, under 60 is better) Why these specifics: For vacation, most times the rental does not have wi-fi, and more often than not, only has a TV with a blu-ray player. I have a fire stick I bring for travel, and use my laptop to act as a temp-travel server(my home upload speed is terrible, and also I want a solution that does not require internet connection just in case there is no cell coverage or wi-fi). I also store my "travel media" on a 2 tb external hdd. I am looking for a solution with considerably smaller footprint, that I can plug in when we get here, and its ready whenever I want to use it. I thought of the raspberry pi because I have seen people building wi-fi routers with them. I thought, wouldn't it be great if I could build a small enclosure for a headless raspberry pi, make it a wifi router, and also have Emby Server run on it when it boots up? I could even have a small 3" lcd on the outside of the enclosure to display bits of information like connected devices, status of internet connection if any, and even status of Emby Server. But this entire idea would depend on how well emby server runs on Raspberry pi. Does anyone have any experience here? Any feedback would be welcome!
  6. Hello, Running Version 3.0.5882.0 on my computer connected to RouterA. When My Xbox One is connected to RouterA, I have no problem seeing my Emby server on my Xbox (from the "Media player" app) Here the problem: I connected a new router, RouterB to RouterA. My computer continues to be connected to RouterA. However, now my Xbox One is connected to RouterB. I no longer see my Emby server on my Xbox (from the "Media player" app). Do I need to do some sort of port forwarding for RouterA/RouterB? I was able to verify that another laptop can connect to RouterB via WiFi and I can successfully see the Emby server in a web browser using the local IP address (192.168.0.10:8096) Any thoughts? Thanks! Rory
  7. Hey everybody, I want to use my emby server when not at home and wanted to use it with ssl encryption. I use the standard 8096 port for non-secured access, and port 8920 for https. When I am in my local network, http://ip-of-emby-sever:8096 in the browser sends me to emby, however, https://ip-of-emby-sever:8920 doesn't, Chrome prints out that the connection is not private and does not connect to emby. In the settings of the emby server, the external WAN port is set both local and public to 8920, "Report https as external address" is checked. Am I missing something?
  8. Hi folks, My trusty 2009 Belkin N+ gigabit router is still working, but I've noticed a distressing increase in tendency for it to lose pairing with the cable modem in the last month or so. It might be completely on the side of the cable company / cable modem (which also provides voip telephony), but I'm considering pre-emptively replacing the router. So, based on the typical "Media Browser Consumer tech profile" what would be a good replacement? Obviously needs gigabit hardwired ports plus whatever the latest wireless standard is, but I'm interested to hear practical use case feature/benefit discussion. I'd also like to be able to easily stream my collection out to the internet so I can play media from wherever I might be... ease of configuration for this is a plus. One note about a deficiency in my current router: In years past I've sometimes had folks hack my wifi system (which has always used WPA2 encryption), or at least try to do so persistently enough that the router's built in security started flashing LEDs at me warning of security breach attempts. These aren't Iranian hackers or anything, but suburban teens with too much time on their hands. After this, I enabled wifi MAC address filtering which promptly resolved the matter. All was well. Until my son started having friends over, that come with their tablets, asking for the wifi code. I can set up a guest wifi access spot on my current router, but IT SHARES THE MAC ADDRESS SCREENING TABLE. So, to get a guest device working, even on the guest SSID, I have to enter their mac address into the router. I need to get away from that... it's a PITA. Ideally, I'd like to be able to configure MAC filtering separately for guest access versus the main network. It's also important that the guest wifi not have access to any other computers on my main network. Probably all this stuff is standard now, but I figured I'd run it by you all. I could also I suppose use the old router as a bridge / access point of sorts, plugged into my new router, so it would set up a completely separate wifi network, without much security other than WPA code, and be turned on (plugged in) only when guests are about the house... that would work, wouldn't it? Or would the "double router" be a problem? Thanks in advance for your insights. Marc
  9. goetze

    remote access

    I'm using a TL-WDR3500 router and cannot seem to access my files remotly. I have tried every config option I can think of with the router sofware and I have disabled my software firewall with no luck. Hoping someone here knows a solution.
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