I’ve spent quite some time searching for some solution but could not find any.
Effectively what I want to do, as an example, is use my apps without the domain. My ISP(Telus) blocks a lot of ports, such as port 80(I know gross) so their is no effective way for me to use the domain, which at my knowledge level is required to access the apps.
I’m not sure why I can’t simply say use 192.168.0.xx/APP like I generally would.
If anyone was wondering, kimai2 is what i’d like to use for a couple employees to be able to log time and we can generate invoices. They will all be locally connected, and going to an ip is entirely fine.
I just keep getting redirected, no port forwarding will work period. I need to strip the domain it forces you to create, or at least make it so it won’t redirect and allow me something as simple as allowing me to go to the actual directory. (I.e. kimai2 is stored in /var/www/kimai2, so I should be able to go to 192.168.0.19/kimai2 locally, but I keep getting redirected).
I hope this makes sense. Unless there is another way?