I am experimenting with making my home network more resilient by adding a fallback internet-connection through mobile on my router.
The automatic failover works fine, but I am having problems receiving HA notifications during the short time my network is offline.
I was hoping local push would also work without my network being connected to the internet.
This is not the case, I guess because the push notifications are still pushed through a connection that requires nabu casa.
Error sending notification to https://mobile-apps.home-assistant.io/api/sendPush/android/v1: ClientConnectorError(ConnectionKey(host='mobile-apps.home-assistant.io', port=443, is_ssl=True, ssl=None, proxy=None, proxy_auth=None, proxy_headers_hash=-7996538247376094105), ConnectionRefusedError(111, "Connect call failed ('126.96.36.199', 443)"))
Is there any chance you could make local push really local, meaning while I am connected to my local wifi, the notifications are pushed directly to the phone without nabu casa ore any online-service being involved?