I turn to you because I want to do like many: make HA accessible on the internet via an https connection.
But despite hours of research, each time, either in 90% of the cases the configurations concern HA OS, or they are too old and obsolete.
For information, I have HA in container version.
My HA works very well
I set up DuckDNS (Duck DNS - Home Assistant 2) via the integration (not the add-on)
I have configured the port openings on my box.
So at this level I can already access it remotely but in an unsecured way.
→ So I’m missing Let’s Encrypt integration with certificate management.
Can you help me knowing that I use the docker version of Home Assistant?
Thank you in advance for reading my post.
Installation type Home Assistant Container
Virtual environment false
Version of Python 3.10.7
Linux operating system family
Operating system version 5.15.76-v8+
Processor architecture aarch64
Time zone Europe/Paris
Configuration directory /config
Home Assistant Community Store
GitHub API ok
GitHub Content ok
GitHub Web ok
GitHub API Calls Remaining 4976
Installed Version 1.28.4
Available Repositories 1157
Downloaded Repositories 3
Home Assistant Cloud
Access to the certificate server ok
Access the authentication server ok
Go to Home Assistant Cloud ok
Start time of the oldest run December 7, 2022 at 21:37
Start time of the current execution December 7, 2022 at 22:37
Estimated size of the database (in MiB) 151.14 MiB
Database engine sqlite
Database version 3.38.5
Spotify API endpoint accessible ok