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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.
303 redirects to
The page now loads fine. Redirect loads showing this in Network tab of Chrome Dev Tools:
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.
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.
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 ?
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?
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
Proxy Host #2, which is the ID of this entity. This is the same ID as in the file system.