new update. Am still trying to figure this out (yes, I don't have much time so work on this every couple of weeks). However, I am also stubborn and keen to succeed. Nobbit has kindly sent me some questions/guidance in a DM. Here my reply to him that shows where I am currently at:
In the local network I am not actually using the port. I am using https://192.168.1.240/nextcloud/
It does not trust the certificate but I can still get on...
Just tried: http://192.168.1.240:80/
- That redirects to https (as planned) and gets me to the apache2 page
Also tried: https://192.168.1.240:443
- also gets me to the apache2 page on LAN
gets me onto the nextcloud service in LAN
Ok. Port forwarding. I had followed this tutorial:
I created this port on the router. See screenshot here: http://www.evernote.com/l/ANy0AjDKeM1O4 ... wPE6Njic8/
I then go to http://whatismyip.com
on the raspberrypi (using the browser). It tells me my IPv4.
When I use that IP + port 80 on a port checker it tells me that the port is open. The thread on the forum tells you which port checker I used... cannot recall just now.
If I put http://IP:80
in a browser from outside my LAN then nothing happens.
I just created a new port 443. See here how it looks on the router: http://www.evernote.com/l/ANytqngTqfFHG ... CnMyVSLIY/
I tried to navigate to that port from outside my LAN using https://externalIP:443
and again, it tells me that the connection timed out.
I tried this from the RPI that also is the server (not sure if correct).
It also tells me failed: connection timed out. It then tries again.
I then tried this from the PI terminal as well:
Sat Jun 02, 2018 8:56 pm
openssl s_client -connect yourdomainoripaddress:443 -showcerts
That resulted in the following:
1996002720:error:0200206E:system library:connect:Connection timed out:../crypto/bio/b_sock2.c:108:
1996002720:error:2008A067:BIO routines:BIO_connect:connect error:../crypto/bio/bconnect:errno=110
I have tried to google that but I do not find something that is immediately relevant... sorry.
Please, anyones help would be appreciated. I actually have quite a bit time today and will be back later to check if anyone has been able to help.
Thank you very much.