On HA 0.89.0 and using the current beta (1.5.1) version of the iOS app with Letsencrypt and DuckDNS, I have a secure connection to my HA installation from the app with wifi on my iPhone turned off. However, if I’m connected to the home router, I get a connection error that indicates TokenError 1 and/or the blurb about the certificate not being trusted. Accessing from Safari using the internal IP gets me to the password screen but then says “unable to connect”, and doing the same using my duckdns address yields a page indicating that Safari cannot open the page with the warning that the cert is invalid (again only inside the network). There are plenty of posts about trouble accessing HA from outside the network, but I don’t see anything about this particular situation.
- using the app internal URL setting pointed directly to the LAN address/port of HA, which yields the same result
- installing a self-signed cert with an attempt at adding a second cert reference in the http: portion of
configuration.yaml,but that didn’t work at all, so I removed it
- deleting and reinstalling the app (several times); tried both current app store and the beta versions
The only possibly relevant entry I can find in
INFO (MainThread) [homeassistant.components.http.view] Serving /api/error/all to 192.168.1.171 (auth: True)
Any help is appreciated… I’m aware that v2 of the app will drop soon and may fix the errors, but in the interim I’d love to have control inside my network!