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Le 04/11/2019 à 00:19, Hubby972 a dit :

My qnap is a Ts 453 A, but fine  I find this file and I could modificateur it. But when I tried to reach the server with the domain name ( my domain.myqnapcloud.com:8000) the server can’t be found. I have followed all your instructions but not have success. Do you have an idea?

Do I have to play this part on a terminal command with the qpkg installation of Bitwarden ? If yes when and how?

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docker run -d --name bitwarden \
  -e ROCKET_TLS='{certs="/ssl/certs.pem",key="/ssl/key.pem"}' \
  -v /ssl/keys/:/ssl/ \
  -v /bw-data/:/data/ \
  -p 443:80 \
  bitwardenrs/server:latest

thanks for helping

 

I forgot to tell that I can reach the server using a local address ip like https://178.123.1.123:8000 but when I tried with the domain name like my domain.myqnapcloud.com :8000 it doesn’t work. I have tried with my phone with the bitwarden app, also with an ipad and a pc on windows. Any clue?

 

Hi, where did you find the file? I can't find it

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