I plan to purchase a nas, both for storage and to run my server (I have modern clients and Im the only one who uses it so power is not an issue. And thankfully synology has super easy reverse proxy/lets encrypt support. My question is if I reverse proxy, and use lets encrypt on it, do I still need to feed that into jellyfin through its https menu, or am I set with just the proxy. Thanks!
Just feed it to Jellyfin’s HTTP port, as the connection will already be handled/encrypted by the reverse proxy. If you were to try to pass it to Jellyfin’s HTTPS port, you’d also need to configure an SSL certificate for Jellyfin, which would entirely defeat the purpose.
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