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Emby behind reverse haproxy on pfSense


Mr.Berzerk
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Mr.Berzerk

Hey everyone.

I've been running emby for a while, and know I want to get remote access working, but Emby is one of 6 servers, so it is a must to be behind a reverse-proxy.

I got http working, but I can't get Emby to work on https/ssl. I have a certificate setup, but, I get this error in my browser when going https.

R_END_OF_FILE_ERROR

From searching the web, it is common for proxies to give this error, but I can't figure out what I need to change in haproxy to correct it.
Emby is using a letsenecrypt certificate, and is is running remote access through 443.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Emby is using a letsenecrypt certificate

Hi, what do you mean by this? Typically you would setup the certificate at the reverse proxy level rather than Emby.

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Mr.Berzerk

I have Emby setup on a 18.04 ubuntu server. On that server I have certbot setup to automate certificate renewal, as I have emby setup to use emby.mydomain.com.
The proxy is set to have each server do certificate validation, as there are multiple servers with multiple domains on multiple internal ips, and not every domain is owned by the same company, so they are responsible for their own certificates.

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1 hour ago, Mr.Berzerk said:

Besides, emby requires a path to the certificate, and I can't setup a path to my proxy device.

 

Not if the reverse proxy is handling ssl. 

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Mr.Berzerk

But I can't set it that way, without reconfiguring the entire network.

It is probably better to figure out why I am getting that error.

 

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