Above a link to the output of ‘sudo netstat -tnlp’. Pimatic also logs ’ Listening for HTTPS-request on port 443…’. HTTP works, but when I go to ‘192.168.0.201:443’ the browser doesn’t even give an error, it just seems to keep trying with the progress bar going nowhere. I’m sure I’ve followed all the steps at http://pimatic.org/guide/getting-started/remote-ssl/ correctly. Does anyone have any idea how to fix this?
[Solved] HTTPS doesn't load despite netstat's 'LISTEN' status on port 443
@PeterBennink It sounds like you don’t have the certificate imported on your device - otherwise it is not gong to display pimatic via SSL (from my experience).
The last step is to import the authority certificate to all your devices by going to: http://your-ddns/root-ca-cert.crt on each device and accepting the import. If you don’t do this, you will get SSL-warnings when accesssing pimatic and experience issues with caching (see: #282).
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I feel really stupid. I just assumed I was supposed to go to ‘https/your-ddns/root-ca-cert.crt’ without really reading. Anyway, thank you very much!