I’m trying to figure out how this is possible and it’s driving me crazy. I’ve done a ton of searching but haven’t had luck for my specific use. So here’s my setup…
I have an Unraid server that is running a VM with MineOS on it. The MineOS VM has access to the local network.
I have nginx proxy manager handling reverse proxy to some other VM’s. I use an A record that updates using cloudflare DDNS, and CNAME records that point to the A record. I have everything working just fine - I am able to access multiple services.
I am able to access the MineOS admin dashboard using mcadmin.mydomain.tld!
I would like to access my server by using vanilla.mydomain.tld - however…
My problem is I can’t figure out how to connect to the minecraft servers I create within MineOS. I’ve tried to do a proxy host and stream within Nginx Proxy manager… But I can’t quite figure out how to get my minecraft client to connect to the server using my TLD! Any tips?
Do I need to set the server IP to the TLD? I’ve tried setting the IP to my local ip (192.168…:25565) and letting Nginx Proxy manager try to point there. Is that wrong?
It’s super frustrating because I can access the admin panel via my browser without a problem.
EDIT: Below is a diagram of the network. I’m specifically having problems with connecting to the MC server.