To me it sounds like our less techy users are asking for a cloudflare (https://www.cloudflare.com) like service.
In this case the cloudflare service is stood up as a reverse proxy for a user's home Emby service. A user would still need to pickup a domain and redirect it to cloudflare.
Cloudflare's should give you an SSL certificate to place on your local Emby install (this encrypts the data between your Emby server and the cloudflare system.
It looks like Cloudflare's free service gives you a publicly trusted SSL. This is the piece that is setup on the front end of the cloudflare service. This encrypts the traffic between cloudflare and your public Emby clients.
I suspect you could use the free service from cloudflare to get all of this done. I also suspect that others on the forum have put up instructions on how to set this up Emby with cloudflare.
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Edited by Tur0k, 07 January 2018 - 06:34 PM.