Problem 2 - on first step i put mail.properties and server.properties and .jar into the same folder when i try to start server with cmd.exe it appear that the port is busy so i change the http port from 8080 to 80 (or other) it work and server successfully start so why?
Problem 1 - i use server local 0.24.4 and latest ios app version so the history graph work well so when i export a csv file and got a maio on my mail box but with the link sent i cant download anything.
You need to specify correctly
server.host= property in
i dont understand what dose mean
" Host for reset password redirect and certificate generation. By default current server IP is taken from “eth” network interface. Could be replaced with more friendly hostname. It is recommended to override this property with your server IP to avoid possible problems of host resolving. "
" server.host=blynk-cloud.com "
server.host=(Your Local Server IP)
so what about certification and security?
I haven’t a clue… I run mine on the default ports just fine and didn’t have to make any router changes… mind you, I don’t have need to access it outside my LAN yet.
so @Dmitriy is there any setting to secure method when we do it with remote or download from outside ip?
sorry another question
- what name i should get the own cert files?
this is my log
14:08:31.631 INFO - Didn’t find custom user certificates.
14:08:31.631 INFO - Didn’t find Let’s Encrypt certificates.
14:08:31.631 INFO - Automatic certificate generation is turned ON.
14:08:31.631 WARN - ATTENTION. Server certificate
i made 4 cert files with names
and place on root directory of server is it correct?
when i set server host local host server i get this error
when i try this:
Generate own SSL certificates
openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 1825 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout server.key -out server.crt
- Convert server.key to PKCS#8 private key file in PEM format
openssl pkcs8 -topk8 -inform PEM -outform PEM -in server.key -out server.pem
If you connect hardware with USB script you have to provide an option ‘-s’ pointing to “common name” (hostname) you did specified during certificate generation.
As an output you’ll retrieve server.crt and server.pem files that you need to provide for server.ssl properties.
what is this information? what should i enter?
Do you need your own certs?
Is your local server exposed to the internet?
Why not use the default certs that have recently become available?
If you need your own then enter your details at the relevant command prompts like name, email etc.
is that dosent matter what i typed?