Hello, I’m trying to connect the BTCPay Server running under Umbrel with an external website. I can see that the only way to access the server is through an onion address. The problem is that will involve the user buying on the e-commerce to have a TOR browser and that’s not the common usage out there.
I can see that Raspiblitz uses a service called IP2TOR and the BTCPay Server can be accessed from outside without requiring the user to use a TOR browser.
Any ideas on how to implement this with the Umbrel node? any future ideas or projects to develop something similar in Umbrel? Thanks
You can add “.ly” at the end of the onion address, so it uses the onion.ly TOR2web for clearnet connections (they’re trustworthy since they don’t keep any logs whatsoever and would delete them after 24 hours) , just remember to secure your node as much as possible, as HTTPS might be finicky with TOR.
Hi Daniel, I just had a look at the new information for Reverse Proxy to Tor. With all those lines of code, it seems pretty complex because I am not a programmer nor technical. I wonder if there’s another more simpler way?
i’ve just tried doing this. Trying to connect my WooCommerce store to the BTCPay instance on my umbrel node, and when i try to access the URL for a pairing code - it just gives me a 404 not found on https://mycustomdomain.ddns.net/api-tokens
I really want to just be able to setup lightning payments on BTCPay, using my umbrel node - and i just can’t seem to get it to work