sorry, that’s just what google wifi’s port management page looks like, has me choose an port, tcp/udp, internal and external port.
I’m checking my ports via Port Scanners / WhatsMyIP.org
When i forward internal port 8123 to external 80, it shows that 80 is open via this site. same for 8123–>443. If i do 80 to 80 or 443 to 443, it won’t open.
here is my ngm settings after installing mariadb:
domain name is my duckdns url without http or https
forward host is my ha ip 192.XXX.XX.73
forward port is 8123
websockets support enabled
Under the SSL tab:
request new ssl certificate
Force ssl enabled
When i try doing this w/my ports 80 and 443 open, I get an internal error when i try to save it.
edit: just realized i forgot to put the /24 at the end of my local ha ip which is on the supervisor tab.
When i did this (w/8123–>80, and 8123–>443), i was able to save it and avoid the internal error, but when i clicked the remote access duckdns website, i would get a500 internal server error. If i switched the scheme to https in nginx, i could access my instance, but it did not have a secure certificate.
my config yaml http block is:
The reason i want to setup nginx proxy manager is because i want remote access and google home integration for home assistant, and would like to do it w/o paying for nabu casa.