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I noticed that I am not able to port 443 on my router (maybe an ISP block?), and it appears it fails the "cayouseeme.org" test. I researched that CF works on the following ports:

HTTP ports supported by Cloudflare:
 
80
8080
8880
2052
2082
2086
2095
HTTPS ports supported by Cloudflare:
 
443
2053
2083
2087
2096
8443
 
Is it necessary to port 443 on emby? Because when I use ports 2053 (https), 2052(http), I am able to get to the server remotely using mydomain.com:2053 and myip:2053, and just through CF dns only, not proxied. I just tried using the mentioned ports, with CF proxy, and CF ssl in emby, and I got an error of 525 SSL handshake failed.

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pir8radio

 

I noticed that I am not able to port 443 on my router (maybe an ISP block?), and it appears it fails the "cayouseeme.org" test. I researched that CF works on the following ports:

HTTP ports supported by Cloudflare:
 
80
8080
8880
2052
2082
2086
2095
HTTPS ports supported by Cloudflare:
 
443
2053
2083
2087
2096
8443
 
Is it necessary to port 443 on emby? Because when I use ports 2053 (https), 2052(http), I am able to get to the server remotely using mydomain.com:2053 and myip:2053, and just through CF dns only, not proxied. I just tried using the mentioned ports, with CF proxy, and CF ssl in emby, and I got an error of 525 SSL handshake failed.

 

 

No i was just suggesting 443 because i know CF doesnt support the default emby ports,  and by using 80 & 443 you dont have to manually enter the ports in your browser....     You can use any of those ports you want, you will just need to make sure you enter the port in the URL when you access your server. 

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