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  1. 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),
  2. This guide will explain how to setup a Windows Server instance of Emby server with IIS as full transparent reverse proxy with SSL offload and auto-renewing certificates via Lets Encrypt. First, What is IIS? IIS or Internet Information Services is the web server service provided with Windows and Windows server installations. It is industry standard technology and is widely supported and regularly maintained by Microsoft. Second, What is a reverse proxy? A reverse proxy will take requests coming into your server (in this case HTTPS on port 443) and route them to a backend application
  3. LunchBolero

    unable to use https on qnap ts-251b

    hello, i've been using emby for a little while on my QNAP TS-251B, but recently noticed that my devices (browsers, an nvidia shield) only connect via unsecured http on the default port 8096. when trying to bring up the page (from within my lan) on the default https port of 8920, chrome gives me ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED. in Emby Configuration > Server > Network, i do see that the port number is indeed set to 8920. however, when i run nmap against the device to scan for open ports, 8920 appears closed. i'm using Emby server version 4.5.4.0
  4. hugo0814

    Non secure connection

    Hey! So I just finished the SSL certificate and all connections are secure BUT only when I enter my Dynamic DNS address. Not when I visit using the "app.emby.media" site on my iPhone, it shows "Not Secure". Included some pictures to show my configuration.
  5. https://letsencrypt.org/ the free certificate authority it in public beta now and allows everybody to get valid free SSL certificates. It would be nice to have support for getting SSL certificates via their ACME protocol directly from emby. This would make it really easy for people to setup secure access to the server from the internet.
  6. Untoten

    SSL Integration/Support

    Status: Initiated Blueprint Luke has investigated this, unclear the progress on universal development. App devs have not begun dev for this. Once Luke builds core compatibility it may be 3+ months before app/client SSL adoption. Spread the word! Let's make it known how many Emby users would love to see this feature! I have seen scattered, unorganized requests for this that seemed to die, so this will serve to centralize all support for SSL and to track responses/feedback. This is to request Emby support SSL, both app and web client to server. This would be for Emby Connect setups as
  7. It's 2016 and Emby (Community) still doesn't use proper TLS. This page has an Qualys SSL Labs rating of F (this should be A or A+) Most links on this page redirect back to HTTP Most pages are only partially HTTPS You can't login securely without editing the form manually You can't register securely without editing the form manually You can't post in the forum securely without editing the form manually Side note: Your PHP exposes its version freely in your X-Powered-By header Also, your plugin catalog images are loaded solely via HTTP. This results in some of them being blocked by modern br
  8. Hi there, I am trying to access my Emby server from the "outside" world. To do so, I have configured the public port on my emby server instance as 8920 and left the field for the server-cert blank, hoping emby would provide its own. I did forward the port in my router. But sadly, nothing works. My browser keeps loading forever. Doing the same for the standard http-port, 8096, works like charm, however, unencrypted. I am completely new to the whole SSL thing via http, is there anything else to do, or is there a tutorial on how to get my emby server public? Thanks!
  9. 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?
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