I’m no longer able to login to the web interface from a PC on the local network to my Hassio VM after adding (& deleting
"You're about to give http://homeassistant:8123/ access to your Home Assistant instance.
Logging in with Trusted Networks.
Your computer is not allowed.
Running Hassio in a VM, everything was working fine until I noticed some MQTT errors regarding an unrecognized client IP. Turns out it was just connection tests coming from the docker container, not an actual issue. While looking into this issue, a post recommended adding that IP to the trusted_networks section, and I rebooted Hassio. Previously I had no auth_providers: section under Since this point, all I get is the error listed above, and I’m unable to login to the web interface, (I’m logging into ssh to edit config/configuration.yaml then rebooting)
I’ve added my workstation subnet, rebooted. I removed the entire auth_providers: section and rebooted, the same issue. I’ve tried using incognito mode, logging in from another PC, always the same issue.
I can revert to a previous backup, but I’m trying to avoid that.
my current config:
OS Version: Home Assistant OS 7.2
Home Assistant Core: 2022.2.3
I should add, clicking “Start Over” doesn’t seem to do or change anything, I never get the option to log in.
The fix for me:
I was finally able to resolve this, even though my previous config didn’t have an auth_providers or trusted_networks section, adding the following using SSH / VIM , then having proxmox shutdown and restart the VM I’m now able to login without any issues.
customize: !include customize.yaml
- type: homeassistant
- type: trusted_networks
I have similar issues with
trusted_networks auth provider and it did not want to work no matter how I tried.
Then, I found a crucial setting that clashed with this on the official page.
I am using NGINX proxy to reach my HA from outside of the network via an encrypted channel.
It turned out that once you set up an IP address for
trusted_proxies it cannot be used in the
trusted_networks too. They will simply not work.
So, I added my localhost IP 127.0.0.1 to the trusted proxy and removed everything else, while adding the IP address of the machine on my local network. My issue was that I wanted to have the same device to be allowed to bypass authentication.
I am using raspberry pi for HA and it has a touchscreen connected to it. So I choose
trusted_networks which is the IP address of the raspberry pi itself.
I hope this helps if you face the same issue.