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Old 01-13-2021, 09:10 PM   #1
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Which IP address of mine is my server address and which should I use for signing in to a NextCloud account?

As the title says. I just finished setting up a nextcloud instance on a newly built NAS system. i need to sign in with a server IP and i have been unsuccessful with both my public and private IP. I likely did something wrong. I am running fedora server 33.
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"finished setting up" means you installed all the required apps, started it, checked for errors in the logs, and can reach the admin page from your client which shows no warnings, right?

By public and private IP, do you mean the server is behind a NAT firewall? Are the necessary ports forwarded? Where is the client?


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