I am trying to set up a secure external access with the duckdns add-on, using it’s
I keep having an “
Unable to establish SSL connection.” error when I try to access my
https://my-sub-domain.duckdns.org, where as I can access locally
https://homeassistant.local:8123 (note that there is an
https and the port
I looked on the forums, but could not get any leads [EDIT: not requiring installing other add-ons like
nginx]. (funnily enough the topic Https duckdns.org setup has the exact inverse problem to mine : it could access from the external url and not from the internal url)
Just to make sure I test all different parts of the setup and make sure the port forwarding on my router were working, I first made it all work in
80 => local ip and
TCP). Then I switched to https using let’s encrypt on the add-on and updated the
configuration.yaml accordingly, but it does not work.
My router’s port forward does a
443 => local ip and
TCP. I tested it on an nginx server on my laptop with a self-assigned key, and it works fine (even though it was a
Configuration > General, I have:
- “External url” set to
- “Internal url” set to
http://homeassistant.local:8123(not that there is no
Any lead anyone?
Logs on the duckdns add-on look fine.
If one needs any extra information, I will gladly provide it.