Many thanks for your reply! I tested that and I found that I actually couldn’t access it (no IP address) from my Android browser which is strange because anywhere else (home PC, Laptop, PC at work, Thunderbird…) I’ve always had access.
So I looked up the NAS’s IP address on my modem and when I use the IP itself in DAVx5 it worked!! So I assume this has something to do with static/dynamic IP addresses, what do you think? I assumed my NAS has a static address because I can always login with the same address (monolith:5000) but I guess I was just lucky that when I updated it, it received the same address after restart. I bought it half a year ago…
So long story short, I’ll have to make sure that this address is static and it will keep on working/synchronizing or do you think the problem lies somewhere else?
Your help is highly appreciated, thanks again!
DavDroid not Finding CalDav / Carddav service on nextcloud (brute-force protection / rate limit)
I am running a nextcloud instance at home that serves as a caldav and carddav server.
I have used Davdroid before for this and it always worked fine.
Trying to set it up now i get the message that the Caldav/Carddav Service can not be found
I know they are running because both my Laptop and my PC do successfully sync calendar and contacts with the nextcloud instance.
The nextcloud is not routed to the internet and the sync will only happen while i am home, which is intended.
Anyone a clue why the phone wont sync ?
Here is the debug from Davdroid
Ok, whatever that was, reinstalled and tried again now it works
HTTP 401… Perhaps Nextcloud Brute force protection / Rate limit?