Hello all, I have setup DuckDNS on my Home Assistant Supervisor Docker configuration and i am able to reach my HA remotely via http. However not with https.
I understand that the current DuckDNS implementation is handling all LetsEncrypt traffic with regards to getting and renewing the certificates.
But reading the docs it uses port 80 to accomplish this. And here is my problem. I have in my network also a Synology NAS which uses port 80.
As what my router concerns, i have setup port forwarding for port 8123 to 8123, that’s why i can reach my HA on RPi4 via http. So, the DNS part is OK, also is the port forwarding on the router.
I have looked into my Synology, but using an other port for port 80 would be rather complicated… The Synology uses this port internally and besides i have a webserver running on it which uses port 80.
HAs any one an idea how to go further with this? I found some examples using Nginx as a proxy server, but these descriptions are already rather old, i guess from before the LetsEncrypt handling was incorporated in the DuckDNS addon.
Kind regards, Bert