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#1 Pin4i OFFLINE  

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Posted 02 December 2018 - 10:48 AM

Hi, everybody. Did not find a similar question on the forum and created a topic. There is a server on Windows and Emby server installed. How can I change the link from localhost:8096 to localhost:8096/emby ?

P.S. sorry for english, I use google translate =)



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Posted 02 December 2018 - 01:29 PM

Hi, can you just put the address in your browser address bar?



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Posted 02 December 2018 - 03:43 PM

Hi, everybody. Did not find a similar question on the forum and created a topic. There is a server on Windows and Emby server installed. How can I change the link from localhost:8096 to localhost:8096/emby ?

P.S. sorry for english, I use google translate =)

 

Why would you do this?



#4 Pin4i OFFLINE  

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Posted 05 December 2018 - 04:21 AM

Hello. Sorry for the long answer.

 

Hi, can you just put the address in your browser address bar?

oops... its work ... :huh:

 

 

Why would you do this?

 

I have a "home server" on Windows 7 that Emby runs and NextCloud runs on it in VritualBox. NextCloud works on ssl (port 443), Emby has a standard port 8096. The problem is that I can’t access Emby "normally" outside my home network. Here is the address http://megabublik.asuscomm.com:8096 if you go to it the first time, then everything is fine, but if you first go to https://megabublik.asuscomm.com, and then to Emby, then the browser automatically tries to go to https instead of http. And I thought that if I translate all services into http *: // domainName / * ServiceName *, then I can solve the problem.

 

This is not an Emby problem, forgive me for asking a question off-topic, but maybe you know how this can be fixed?

 

P.S. sorry for english, I use google translate =)


Edited by Pin4i, 05 December 2018 - 04:25 AM.






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