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peejayw

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#289607 16-Sep-2021 13:22
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I have HA running on an Intel NUC and I access it from my computer over the home network.

 

In my browser, in front of the ip address it says "Not secure". Today when I was wanting to use ESPHome it came up with this message,"Limited functionality because you're not browsing the dashboard over a secure connection (HTTPS)."

 

So how do I make it a secure connection?

 

Thanks.





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  #2779321 16-Sep-2021 13:27
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It doesn't really matter over your home network, and the ESPHome limited functionality isn't really that limiting (just connect to the

 

 

 

If you want https, you'll need a domain and a certificate. Something like this, but using Swag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0lhZc25Sro

 

 

 

If you're running HASS, maybe there's a Swag plugin.


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  #2779329 16-Sep-2021 13:36
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OK, thanks for that.





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  #2779332 16-Sep-2021 13:39
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Troy Hunt (of HaveIBeenPwned fame) has a good post on this.




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  #2779336 16-Sep-2021 13:52
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ESPHome was recently updated to allow flashing of devices via the browser accessing the device via USB, this requires HTTPS. That is what the warning relates to.


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  #2779369 16-Sep-2021 14:22
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Look oiut foe the Let's Encrypt   Home Asssistant Add-on if you want to set up an https connection to your HA instance.

 

Alternatively, Nabu Casa (monthly sub) should get you there too


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  #2779450 16-Sep-2021 17:19
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I am using Nabu Casa.





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  #2779454 16-Sep-2021 17:26
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Speaking of Naboo Casa, they're just in the process of launching this.

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