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3 Mar 2021
@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirI suspect the latter?05:03:27
@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirI think we're just getting a little confused on terminology here05:03:36
@james.elliott:matrix.orgJamesYeah, I'm pretty sure based on what he said earlier it was the later. 05:03:53
@_discord_682750725788532822:t2bot.iolear Can confirm that I am confused. 🙂 05:04:08
@james.elliott:matrix.orgJamesSorry :(05:04:14
@_discord_682750725788532822:t2bot.iolear No sweat, you all are very kind. 05:04:23
@_discord_682750725788532822:t2bot.iolear And patient! 05:04:26
@james.elliott:matrix.orgJamesI was trying to confirm hairpin issues were not at all related.05:04:27
@nightah:nerv.com.auAmiryeah I don't think NAT Hairpin or Split DNS is an issue at all05:04:44
@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirI think this is actually completed unrelated and probably more specific to your firewall or something to do with your corp network05:05:02
@nightah:nerv.com.auAmir easy way to test, check your PM lear 05:05:15
@james.elliott:matrix.orgJamesBasically I would expect if there is no private network (RFC1918) path from the VPN server to the Traefik server, that your source address detected by traefik would be a global IP.05:05:16
4 Mar 2021
@jan:igu.fijanAuthelia peeps - have you seen this discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=26334516 lots of people are looking for viable alternatives for Octo and auth008:08:17
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@james.elliott:matrix.orgJamesI had seen it in a few places. Thanks for linking though.23:21:45
@james.elliott:matrix.orgJamesI think Auth0 does OIDC though doesn't it?23:22:06
5 Mar 2021
@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirthey both do00:19:02
@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirOkta and Auth000:19:05
@Zpex:matrix.orgZpex

Hi!
I'm trying to install Authelia (Lite) on my NAS using the docker-compose.yml file provided but I can not get it to work.
My understanding of how everything is interacting is low so I am not sure what to do.

I followed this guide https://www.authelia.com/docs/deployment/deployment-lite so here is what I did so far:

  • modified the domain in the docker-compose.yml and configuration.yml files
  • modified the email address used for letsencrypt
  • created the secrets folder with all the secrets inside
  • created a redis empty folder and traefik/acme.json empty file because I was asked to when running docker-compose but I do no know if I have anything more to do.

So at the moment when I try to connect, I get a warning saying the certificate is self-signed (so letsencrypt is not working) and then 404 page not found error (I think it's traefik?)
And sometimes, authelia exits with code 1 and restarts.

Could anyone try to guide me through the process?

13:12:25
@Zpex:matrix.orgZpex

The acme.json file remained empty after starting the containers so I removed the volume mount of acme.json (following this advice https://community.traefik.io/t/a-solution-to-the-incredibly-unhelpful-the-router-uses-a-non-existent-resolver-letsencrypt-message/3859).
Now I run the containers, the acme.json has something in it but the certificates field is null in it and when I try to connect it still uses a self-signed certificate (and I still have the 404 not found issue).

Any idea?

15:59:07
@Zpex:matrix.orgZpex* The `acme.json` file remained empty after starting the containers so I removed the volume mount of `acme.json` (following this advice https://community.traefik.io/t/a-solution-to-the-incredibly-unhelpful-the-router-uses-a-non-existent-resolver-letsencrypt-message/3859). Now I run the containers, the `acme.json` has a certificate in it but when I try to connect it still uses a self-signed certificate (and I still have the `404 not found` issue). Any idea? 16:01:58
@Zpex:matrix.orgZpex *

The acme.json file remained empty after starting the containers so I removed the volume mount of acme.json (following this advice https://community.traefik.io/t/a-solution-to-the-incredibly-unhelpful-the-router-uses-a-non-existent-resolver-letsencrypt-message/3859).
Now I run the containers, the acme.json has something in it but the certificates field is null in it but when I try to connect it still uses a self-signed certificate (and I still have the 404 not found issue).

Any idea?

16:11:12
@Zpex:matrix.orgZpex *

The acme.json file remained empty after starting the containers so I removed the volume mount of acme.json (following this advice https://community.traefik.io/t/a-solution-to-the-incredibly-unhelpful-the-router-uses-a-non-existent-resolver-letsencrypt-message/3859).
Now I run the containers, the acme.json has something in it but the certificates field is null in it and when I try to connect it still uses a self-signed certificate (and I still have the 404 not found issue).

Any idea?

16:11:20
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@Zpex:matrix.orgZpex

Ok so I found the problem with the certificate. It was a problem with my firewall, I feel dumb because I thought I checked 😅

Still the problem with 404 not found though

21:39:28
6 Mar 2021
@james.elliott:matrix.orgJamesWhen do you get the 404? protected domain or authelia or both?08:02:20
@Zpex:matrix.orgZpex Both. I also noticed authelia container was in an unhealthy state so I opened an issue on Github.
https://github.com/authelia/authelia/issues/1781
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