Hey, after some tinkering with nextcloud I realised my port 80 and 443 were close.
when checking with my internet provider I was told they block it for security reason cause I would get hack pretty quickly!
I was wondering if it’s worth opening for nextcloud I should just use openvpn ?
You can open 443 for our letsencrypt image, which is a fairly secure nginx web server / reverse proxy. It also has fail2ban built in that can block ddos attempts.
You can then reverse proxy nextcloud through that: https://blog.linuxserver.io/2019/04/25/letsencrypt-nginx-starter-guide/#nextcloudsubdomainreverseproxyexample
Letsencrypt require port 80 for cert no ?
only for http validation, but not for dns or duckdns
ok thanks I will try to set it up!