Jellyfin, HTTPS and the Quatro

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Coldguy
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Jellyfin, HTTPS and the Quatro

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Hi all I am trying to get the Quatro working on my Jellyfin server which is a docker container located in Unraid. I did a ton of research on the Jellyfin side of things and it appears to be an issue with the protocol being used. By default the Homerun is over an http connection to the various devices on the network, due to the setup of my server I am receiving it over https with a lets encrypt certificate. The issue is that the http signal can not be delivered to the https server causing the live tv feed not to get to Jellyfin.

So the question, is there a way to get it so that the Homerun is delivering the signal over https instead of http, And if so how could I do it. Thanks in advance for reading this plea for help.

NedS
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Re: Jellyfin, HTTPS and the Quatro

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At this time, no. It's actually a significant dilemma facing a lot of software that deals primarily with local traffic, as the world moves more and more to securing networks and encrypting content (which is a good thing). It's a big item on our "to-do/to-figure-out" list, but we have some ideas that might work.

Coldguy
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Re: Jellyfin, HTTPS and the Quatro

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Thanks for the update, I continued to do some research and had an idea. This is obvious an advanced thing to do but consider this a suggestion. It appears that if you were to create your own SAN certification for localhost that it may correct the problem the issue is that you would need to tell the Quatro to use that as its certification is there a firmware update that could allow me to have the tools to do that?

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