I’m setting up a Blue Iris Camera IP camera monitoring system on my home network. I am working on remote access to it now.
The software can be configure to serve a secure web page via stunnel / ngrok.
I currently have it setup to stunnel with a self generated key and these settings in the config file
accept = 8080
connect = 81
cert = stunnel.pem
I have a port forward on my unifi for 8080 to that server
I can get to the web interface externally via http(s) using localip or externalip on 8080 but I have to ack the cert issue. This won’t work for the Blue Iris app on phone as it is expecting a valid cert.
Started trying to setup SWAG container as a reverse proxy with a cert from letsencrypt
Have container / image done as well as a an entry in duckdns
Can do nslookup myname against dns and get back my external IP from duckdns
NOTE: Port 8080 is the stunnel port number and not the blue iris http port number
I can get the web page via http(s) to my localip now without the 8080 but still getting a cert issue saying not secure.
I also created a 443 rewrite rule on my unifi and externally I can get to myname via the full duckdns name via https but getting a cert issue.