Thank you for considering this project.
I have a TrueNAS server on my local network.
I have done the following:
1. Installed a Nextcloud instance on my TrueNAS server within a jail inside iocage.
2. Pointed my FQDN (subdomain) to my IP address through DDNS.
3. Port forwarded to 443 on internal IP so now my fqdn:442 resolves to my nextcloud instance login page.
4. Obtained from [login to view URL] a certificate file along with the private key, so I have both [login to view URL] and [login to view URL]
5. Placed these files into /etc/ssl/[login to view URL]; AND /etc/ssl/[login to view URL]; respectively
Here's where I am running into two challenges..
1. Editing /usr/local/etc/nginx/conf.d/[login to view URL] file to have the following string...
#listen 80; # comment this line
listen 443 ssl;
ssl_certificate /etc/ssl/[login to view URL];
ssl_certificate_key /etc/ssl/[login to view URL];
Does NOT remove the "Not Secure warning" when accessing Nextcloud through FQDN. I need help with this.
2. Resetting the nextcloud plugin or just stopping/starting the jail resets the [login to view URL] file, so I'd need your help with setting up a cron job to resolve this automatically in case the plugin is restarted or if the NAS is rebooted.
1. I can provide a paid certificate and its key, but if you could instead configure Let's Encrypt to issue a certificate and setup a cron job to renew the certificate as needed, that would be perfect.
2. This is super important: Nextcloud instance derives its own LAN IP separate from the NAS, even though it runs on TrueNAS, it follows DHCP rather than NAT and therefore has its own LAN address. The subdomain points to my IP but only works with a specific port which has been forwarded to Nextcloud instance's LAN IP via port 443. Nextcloud runs within a jail on the NAS. I only want to expose Nextcloud to the internet, not other jails, or the NAS in general. I have had problems with other developers trying to edit the [login to view URL] files for my trueNAS server rather than just the nextcloud instance in its particular jail. And that is unacceptable. If you do not understand this point, please do not bid because it won't work.
3. If you have prior experience with TrueNAS, FreeNAS or FreeBSD, this should be a breeze. A couple years ago someone was able to set this up for me within 15 minutes. Unfortunately I failed to save those config files while upgrading from FreeNAS to TrueNAS.
Thanks for bidding.
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Hi, I will install SSL certificate on NAS server. I do have more than 10 years of expertise in web hosting, server setup, server configuration, etc Please discuss to start. Thank you.
Hi My skills and experience is best fit for your project requirements. I can install SSL certificate as mentioned in project. Let's connect to discuss further and start working on it asap
Hi, can i am fixed ssl whats ssl you got ? free ssl letsencrypt or order an ssl i have experience with my nextcloud with letsencrypt ssl on my [login to view URL]