Hardware: Raspberry Pi 2b YunoHost version: 220.127.116.11 I have access to my server : With local IP: Through SSH | through the webadmin | and direct access via keyboard / screen | … Are you in a special context or did you perform some particular tweaking on your YunoHost instance ? : no
Description of my issue
Hello, I can’t access to my yunohost server with the domain name (".noho.st"), however, everything is fine if I access with the local IP.
I tried with looking for errors I saw from other post, but It doesn’t seem like a connection error.
Thank you, first sorry I didn’t follow the template early, I was a little confused. I already edited my post with, hopefully, the correct format.
Here is the yunohost-api log as you requested: hastebin
It uses HTTP, so port 80. I also checked pinging the server from other computer, and it seems it tries to connect to a different IP, so my server’s public IP has changed, but I don’t know why my yunohost doesn’t update the dynDNS
No I don’t think I can. I’ve been using Yunohost for nearly a year now, It is the first time I can’t access outside my home network, so I’m not sure if it’s really related to my router.
Moreover, if I type my public IP, I can access to my server, so It seems something with the “.noho.st” domain
Now it is not available at the domain anymore, but it is reachable by IP
Is that your public IP or the IP on the LAN?
I can’t access outside my local network, is that by IP or domain?
You checked whether your public IP changed, and the result matches the IP given by Yunohost’s diagnosis / router status page / ‘whatismyip’, or some such website
Are there any warnings in Yunohost’s diagnosis? I have access to my server : With local IP : so, not via the public IP?
Does your ISP provide a dynamic IP or static? Has power been of the router recently, or has it maybe been reset (after the the provider pushed a firmware upgrade, for example)?
So when you ping your domain name you don’t get your actual public ip address. Your domain is listed in the domains (in webadmin) and the dns configuration says everything is OK.
Check tools > logs. I have a log entry everytime dyndns has updated the ip address and if it fails I get an email in the administrator account.
You can ping dyndns of yunohost so connection seems fine.
May be the dyndns app is not working correctly or lost its settings. From here I’m unable to help. I never tried to explore it.
I tried also with the yunohost dyndns update command but fails with the same error 500.
I checked and verified the ports on my router, and everything seems fine (I also tried deactivating and reactivating the port forwarding).
It seems that my public IP has changed, but my server can’t update the .noho.st domain to point to my new IP.
It may be a problem with a config file on dyndns, but I cannot find any mention of where to find the file.