Unfortunately my dedicated server is down and it will take a couple of weeks or months to get it up running again (to many other high-prio real-world-projects and family summer activities running in parallel). Until then I didn’t want to completely do without calender and contacts sync and therefore decided to install the Turris Nextcloud package (yes, much better would be to run a docker or lxc-instance but as I am not used to that I wanted to avoid this learning curve and better invest that time later in my dedicated server revival).
But as I segmented my network via VLANs into lan (infrastructure, VID 1) and family (normal client devices, VID 2) and guest (iot devices via TOR, VID 5), I need to somehow give the family-devices access to the Nextcloud-Homepage.
Is there any option to only give them access to
192.168.1.1:443/Nextcloud but not to
192.168.1.1:443? I do not have any experience with lighttpd operations, I normally work with Apache.