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  • May 11 00:37
    fareszr closed #1059
Na0mir
@Na0mir
Just find out myself after hours, just needed to update APP_URL=https://heimdal.domain.tld:8000 inside .env file

Just find out myself after hours, just needed to update APP_URL=https://heimdal.domain.tld:8000 inside .env file

Damn, not a really solution as users/settings pages stopped working..

Blaze
@Blaze_TO_twitter
Hi everyone - I'm currently using NPM v2.8.1 with Apache Tomcat running behind the proxy. Everything works fine but I'm now looking to have NPM pass the visitor\public IP over to Tomcat (currently all visitors are listed with the NPM External IP Address) How do I accomplish this? can someone point me in the right direction. Thanks!
Vince Y
@MicroBotCodes
hello
I was wondering if nginxproxymanager has like a purge logs command
Thomas Niels Berthelsen
@Berthelmaster
Are there any limitations for using nginxproxymanager for commercial use?
Erick J. Torres C.
@ejtc84
Hello everyone, may is a dumb question but, NPM works on main domain
"mydomain.com" for example?
Rar9
@Rar9
hi is there a easy quick guide how add a better security by combing Authelia with Nginx-Proxy Manager?
Thomas Niels Berthelsen
@Berthelmaster
Any standard way to auto start nginx proxy manager with docker compose?
Einar Stenberg
@OvrAp3x
Hi,
any experts in javascript here that cna help me make sense of some code?
I'm getting an error relating to this line
This message was deleted
basically my certificae works fin outside of NPM, but when adding it I get error referencing this line
Full description is here
jc21/nginx-proxy-manager#1013
Just looking to understand the code surrounding here so I can figure out what is going wrong
Maha_Aghori
@maha_aghori:matrix.org
[m]
Hi ... Is it possible to add a hostname in the access list instead of an ip?
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Wesly Nouse
@svliantiss_gitlab
Does anyone here have a proper guide on how to connect cloudflare to nginx proxy manager? I'd prefer to generate the certificates through cloudflare.
scrytch
@scrytch
Anyone face any issues with Tautulli not responding behind NPM? Home Assistant, SAB, Sonarr etc all working (each with own LE certs), but Tautulli setup following same as other apps (unique LE cert) and it seems to try and load the URL with "/auth/logout?redirect_uri=/" at the end and freezes/fails to load. Tautulli shows no login attempt. I had/have this running by synology DDNS/reverse proxy and Tautulli works using that URL (different port), but trying to get it done via my personal domain using NPM and failing.
scrytch
@scrytch
@svliantiss_gitlab If you have a dynamic IP address, you'll need to setup a DDNS script to handle updating domain IP (I use Home Assistant native integration to do this - I'm sure there are other ways). Once done, under cloudflare/my profile/api tokens create an edit zone dns api key. Then when you choose SSL, choose "Use DNS Challenge", select cloudflare and then replace the dummy API key with your DNS API Key. Then setup CNAME records in cloudflare DNS settings panel to redirect to your base domain (which should be being updated by DDNS if you have a dynamic IP).
Wesly Nouse
@svliantiss_gitlab
@scrytch I'll give it a try, thanks a lot!
scrytch
@scrytch
So I still have issues getting Tautulli to work, but everything else is running well, so I thought I’d share where I’m running this. It’s actually running on my Firewalla Gold router. Great router if you’re interested. Instructions here: https://help.firewalla.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/1500000874242-NGINX-Proxy-Manager-Docker
Pierre Martins
@pierremartins507_gitlab
Hi All. I have some rules on Apache2 which must be convert on Nginx. So, my knowledge on Nginx is very limited :(
Matthieu B
@mtthidoteu
Hello, can anyone show me how to use sub_filter in NPM to replace something in the header to inject tracking code? Cheers :)
simply adding sub filter into the 'advanced configuration' broke my setup
Matthieu B
@mtthidoteu
now that I think about it, it could be a useful feature!
scrytch
@scrytch
For anyone interested, I’ve got NPM successfully running on my Firewalla Gold router. Amazing piece of kit. https://help.firewalla.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/1500000874242-NGINX-Proxy-Manager-Docker
scrytch
@scrytch

OK - hoping NPM Dev Team can check this out.

Finally got Tautulli to work, but it's a hack as the port isn't being passed through to Tautulli. The dev of Tautulli says it redirects to whatever is set as the X-Forwarded-Host header.

So after checking the Network tab in Chrome browser Developer tools, I found that as NPM loads Tautulli, it redirects to the login page. When it did this, it stripped the port from the redirect URL.

Example:
https://tautulli.mydomain.com:45505

303 redirects to

https://tautulli.mydomain.com/auth/login?redirect_uri=/

By adding an advanced config line in the proxy settings for this site in NPM:
proxy_redirect https://tautulli.mydomain.com/ https://tautulli.mydomain.com:45505/;

The page now loads fine. Redirect loads showing this in Network tab of Chrome Dev Tools:
https://tautulli.mydomain.com:45505/auth/login?redirect_uri=/

Not sure how this impacts things (beyond working) overall - but hoping someone can check why this works and whether my solution is the best one or not.

Thanks,
Shane.

Dan Mo
@Duinobot
Hi guys, I'm trying to use uwsgi socket instead of http to communicate to the nginx proxy manager.
I put "$forward_scheme uwsgi" in Proxy Host settings, but it doesn't seem to be working.
Is that something achievable in the UI or is it just a wrong syntax i'm using
Björn Strausmann
@strausmann

Good day, I need help with the syntax for the NGINX Custom Configuration. I have installed the NPM on a test system. The system has 2 IP addresses.
192.168.100.5, 192.168.100.6

How can I set in the NGINX Custom Config that a Proxy Hosts reacts only on the IP address 192.168.100.5 and not the 192.168.100.6 ?

Thanks

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devius
@devius
I can not access my proxymanager from my browser
certificate error
how to generate Letsencrypt certificate for my proxymananger?
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MaximC
@MaximumDesigns

Hey there! I've been using NPM with CloudFlare and it's been working great! I decided to include BunnyCDN between cloudflare and NPM and for some reason, all of my proxy hosts won't work. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, as the origin url for bunnycdn points directly to the server which hosts NPM, but NPM just shows the default config page and doesn't apply any of my settings.

Does anyone have any ideas?

el-profesor926
@el-profesor926
I just want to say that this software is amazing! Love the interface!
JustAnotherDev
@Shadowplays4k
is there a version for non docker
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JustAnotherDev
@Shadowplays4k
ok cool got it working but now im getting a bad gateway error when trying to login
JustAnotherDev
@Shadowplays4k
ER_ACCESS_DENIED_ERROR
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filipdot
@filipdot
Hi all!
After 3 days of trubleshooting, looking on github issue etc i still have some problems.
I stoped on setting up connection to db on another container.
My docker container with db has ip 172.18.0.2 and my npm has 172.18.0.3.
Is there any env for db ip? or there isn't and i need to run db in stack?
[6/8/2021] [6:51:18 AM] [Global ] › ✖ error ER_ACCESS_DENIED_ERROR: Access denied for user 'nginxpm'@'172.18.0.3' (using password: YES),
Lioh
@lioh:matrix.sp-codes.de
[m]
If I set up some restrictions on a proxy host to only allow access from local networks, will it still be possible to obtain LE certificates for that site?
Gorgone
@gorgone
hello
is here someone with knowledge about dyndns support
i use dyn.com / dyndns.com
its not in the list
NewtTheWolf
@NewtTheWolf

Hello, I am currently working on a certbumper for the NginxProxyManager (further called "NPM").

The problem I found is when you want to install apps like pterodactyl, mailcow etc this is very complicated because the names of the folders for the certificates are called "npm-:id", the only way I found to find out which certificate belongs to which domain is to look in the database, but this is very cumbersome and for users who do not have so much experience also difficult

Therefore I would like to ask if the naming of the folders will be rescheduled in the future so that you understand what belongs to what or if it is still worth to create this Certbumper

Friendly greetings
Newt

chaptergy
@chaptergy
@gorgone DynDNS is not something which is included in NPM.
@NewtTheWolf the naming is most likely not going to change in v2, maybe in v3, but who knows. The easiest way to match them is to click on the three dots next to an entity (certificate, proxy host, etc) and there it says Certificate #5 or Proxy Host #2, which is the ID of this entity. This is the same ID as in the file system.