I self host nextcloud on my ubuntu server. Bc of this, my yunohost instance on my raspberry pi can’t access port 443 or 80.
Before I got to install Yunohost, I experimented with Sandstorm. They do something where they offer a sub-domain (just like yunohost), but it redirects it fine (using UnP?) All I have to do is put in the domain xxx.sandcats.io:60##.
It requires that the port is typed out after the address to get direct access, but it works in and outside my network.
Would devs consider a future implementation similar to this?
Otherwise, would I have to use a reverse proxy as a work around to access the yunohost subdomain for use? I’m still pretty new to networking so just wanted to know… FYI, Everything works in admin access, but no user access.
Thank you in advance.