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[ Letsencrypt ][ 1.0.0.0 ] Free, automated, and open Certificate Authority.
#81
I will update also the x86 version
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#82
x86 updated to 1.0.0.0
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#83
I'm back still trying to make this work.

If I enter https://NASIP without a port, no-ip.com redirects to the OS7 login screen. I have tried setting up a sub-domain on my domain, and pointing that to it, as synology can use that, but it still doesn't work.

Any other ideas that I can try?
N5550
8GB RAM
Firmware: 3.02.02.11 - OS7
5x4TB WD Red / Raid 5
Store videos / nextCloud / maybe Joomla test site
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#84
naybe you can explain a bit more what you wanna do. If you type https://NASIP, normally you acces the NAS directly on the local network and for sure it will send you to OS7 web interface if you have the standard port 443 configured for it https in OS7 Web UI.
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#85
I have been trying to get certificates for this, so that my web browsers won't complain about going to the site, and saying that it is insecure. I tried the manual method; clicking the button to get certificates, and nothing has worked. I don't know where to look for a log to explain what it may not be happy with.

No-ip suggested that I pay them more so that I can have my own domain, so I tried the method that works with synology, which is creating a sub-domain on one that is verified to be mine.
N5550
8GB RAM
Firmware: 3.02.02.11 - OS7
5x4TB WD Red / Raid 5
Store videos / nextCloud / maybe Joomla test site
Self taught, and still learning!
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#86
I don't know how this function is implemented by Thecus on their OS.
Do you have any issues using the module ?
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#87
Not that I have ever seen. The module installs correctly, and then I have tried using the Web Services part to get the certificates, and it fails without any message, or than that it failed.

I tried the other manual method of following your step by step, and that didn't get me any farther toward success.
N5550
8GB RAM
Firmware: 3.02.02.11 - OS7
5x4TB WD Red / Raid 5
Store videos / nextCloud / maybe Joomla test site
Self taught, and still learning!
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#88
log files are located here
Code:
/raid/data/MOD_CONFIG/letsencrypt/log/
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#89
Hi,

Possible to make it compatible with my NAS?

Quote:2020/06/26 20:21:36: The App will install/upgrade, please do not reload or close the admin UI
2020/06/26 20:21:51: App Name : [ Letsencrypt ]
2020/06/26 20:21:51: App Version: [ 1.0.0.0 ]
2020/06/26 20:21:51: hasta la vista, baby
2020/06/26 20:21:53: App installation failed because can not find Protocol: [ N2800 ] in install.rdf
2020/06/26 20:21:53: App installation failed.

I have a N5550

Thank you
Thecus N5550 OS 7
Disks: 5*4TB Raid5
Memory: 3GB
Firmware: 3.02.04.17.cdv
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#90
Which module version have you downloaded? You have to use X64 version.
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