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deecemobile

Hi guys, big thanks to all who have posted walk throughs for setting up domains, DDNS, SSLs, etc. So far I have the domain name and DDNS working for HTTP traffic. But for whatever reason HTTPS traffic just times out everytime. I am relying on the UPnP protocol on my router instead of port forwarding and the bindings are correct. 443 is going to 8920, 80 goes to 8096. But I cannot connect via https:// or :443 ever. Even setting up manual port forwarding does not work. 

 

So I cannot tell if my certificate is even working but I shouldn't need the certificate to even connect via HTTPS, right? If the port binding is there I should be able to connect

 

I am using Certify the Web for the SSL and it has been correctly setup with my domain but I can't tell if Emby is really using it.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

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Luke

Hi, did you configure your certificate in the advanced section of the server?

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deecemobile

Hi, did you configure your certificate in the advanced section of the server?

 

Yes I did. I used a PEM file. I've seen different posts about which file type it needs to be. I will redo that part with a different ssl provider but even if that was somehow incorrect, would that completely block the connection? Thanks

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Luke

Yes it would.

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deecemobile

Yes it would.

 

Ok I will start from scratch with the ssl cert. Thanks

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Luke

Thanks for the feedback !

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