[Freedombox-discuss] 403 error when connecting from the outside.
permondes - sagen
sagen at permondes.de
Sun Nov 6 13:37:24 UTC 2016
which service are you trying to access? E.g. Plinth cannot be accessed
from outside of your local network, this gives error 403, but e.g.
ikiwiki should work.
I also have now 2 network connections: eth0 active, Freedombox inactive.
This used to cause issues in the past and I had had to activate the
Freedombox one, but now it works this way, I have no idea why. Probably
it is not connected to your issue.
Am Samstag, den 05.11.2016, 23:58 -0400 schrieb A. F. Cano:
> I have tried to connect to the freedombox from the outside and I get a
> 403 Error: "you do not have permission..."
> The Dynamic DNS Client is set up (gnudip.datasystems24.net) to a domain
> under freedombox.rocks (HUGE thanks to whoever set this up!) and I do
> get to the freedombox. The message is generated by plinth (it says at
> the bottom of the error page) but I get the 403 message. Then I
> obtained a certificate (through the "Certificates (Let's Encrypt)" page
> thinking that this might be the problem, but I still get the same error.
> Certifate status Website Security
> Expires on Jan 28 18:27:00 2017 GMT Enabled
> If I "Run Diagnostics" from the "Let's Encrypt" page the result is
> "passed", but when I click on "Diagnostics" on the left of the page and
> the diagnostics for all modules are displayed the letsencrypt module
> diagnostics "failed".
> Interestingly, for "Module diagnostics" this test fails:
> Access URL http://184.108.40.206/plinth/ on tcp4 failed
> This is not the Local IP address returned by ppp (which is
> 220.127.116.11, as shown by the Network Manager log and ifconfig)
> From the "Firewall" page (/plinth/sys/firewall)
> Web Server Enabled
> http Permitted
> Web Server over Secure Socket Layer Enabled
> https Permitted
> But this should not be a factor since the web server is running on the
> freedombox itself, right?
> /etc/apt/sources.list says "testing" and plith is 0.10.0 per the "About"
> page. The last software upgrade was done this morning.
> What am I missing? Any hints out there?
> There is also something weird that happened to the "Networks" page.
> This apu1d4 box has 3 ethernet interfaces (WAN, enp3s0 and enp2s0) but
> now there are 2 entries for enp3s0, one labeled "enp3s0" which is shown
> correctly as "Active" and "FreedomBox LAN enp3s0" which is shown as
> "Inactive". When I clicked on "enp3s0" it said that this connection was
> not known to the freedombox, it had firewall zone: none and a message
> said that it should be deleted, so I did. this caused a 500 internal
> error message and ppp got disconnected. When network manager went
> through its paces, enp3s0 was again active and "FreedomBox LAN
> enp3s0" was still inactive. It looks like Network Manager prefers
> Any hints about this issue would also be welcome.
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