Having a really weird issue.
I’ve had Jellyfin up and running for a couple of weeks now. Haven’t really been a heavy user of it, mostly have been using my mobile client to connect and stream audio to Google Home devices.
However, I am 100% sure that the last time I logged into the web interface everything was fine.
I am running using nginx reverse proxy and am setup with the recommended config for that.
Today, when I went to access the webui from my laptop using the https external address, all I got was a black UI with absolutely nothing else on it.
I tried to access it from both Chrome and IE and had the same issue.
I was however able to access on the local port without the reverse proxy.
So, first thing I did was restart nginx, and then restart my router (which runs nginx).
Neither of these fixed the issue.
It is worth noting here that I have half a dozen other web apps running through nginx this way and all the others were working fine.
I tinkered with a few setting, all of which I reverted back to what they were originally at.
I then tried to access from my mobile app, which worked fine and also from the browser (Chrome) on my phone, which also worked.
I then came back to my laptop and after refreshing (which I had already done multiple times), I was able to get Chrome to load properly.
In short, nothing changed. Any parameters I changed, I changed back. Issue did not work after a reboot of nginx alone, and there is no clear indicator of what caused the issue (since there were 0 changes, or why it started to work again).
However, IE continue to not work.
I have cleared cache and totally reset IE settings
While I don’t really care about not being able to use IE, I’m concerned at the fact that I lost access like this to all my browsers and since the effect was the same, and I’m still having the issue in IE, perhaps there is some common link. ?