I want my self hosted things to use https. For example, I have Jellyfin installed via docker, and I want it to use https instead of http.

I don’t care about necessarily doing this the “right” way, as I won’t be making Jellyfin or any other service public, and will only be using it on my local network.

What is the easiest way to do this? Assume everything I host is in docker. Also a link to a tutorial would be great.


  • Matt The Horwood
    11 days ago

    I use the OVH plugin to get a wildcard cert for my homelab, that way I can spin up anything and its covered by the cert.

    Also, Proxmox and PFSense use the OVH let’s encrypt plugin to be secured as well