Now that Jackett is perfectly working, i’m struggling with making it work with radarr or cp. I’m using QB with let’s encrypt installed.
Now matter what domain i use, mydomain.com, myip, localhost, 127.0.0.1, and the port 9117 provided by the jackett install, i get denied acess with that infamous 401 error page.
Have you got any clue ? Cheers
I just did this last night.
Geez, the only url i didn’t try
I had to do like 15 of them…it was a pain so I just hacked the sqlite db and added them in that way…it worked.
I have some like the AlphaRatio that can’t connect…not sure why. I havent had time to figure that out yet.
Strange that it doesn’t work as out-of-the-box as it’s supposed.
Its the reverse proxy. This requires authentication and there isnt a way to do authentication with this Jackett stuff. It’s more onto Radarr than Jackett. By using localhost you’re bypassing the authentication.
Ok, i got rid of the https as well, using plain http instead.
Thanks for the explanation
IIRC, some trackers don’t work when tested by Sonarr through Jackett. I don’t recall the exact reason why.