I am running OpenHab 3 behind a nginx reverse proxy.
The reverse proxy is configured via Nginx Proxy Manager.
Currently I does not have used the advanced configuration inside of the nginx proxy manager.
I use the OpenHab Android app. Most of it work pretty well:
(I am using always my public address - not the local one and not myopenhab.org)
But the new openHAB 3 UI does not work. If I try to switch to it the following error is displayed:
"An error occurred while loading openHAB 3 UI"
Because I am not using myOpenhab.org, is it still possible to use
sendNotification(<recipient_mail_address>", "Message") - or is this based on myopenhab.org ?
With best regards,
PS: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Can you access the UI from a browser on the same device using the internal IP address of openHAB?
I tested following connections:
Laptop via local address (http port 8080) → WORKED
Laptop via public address (https sub domain) → WORKED
Mobile Phone via local (http port 8080) → WORKED
Mobile Phone via public address (https sub domain) → 401 Authorization Required.
(strange: I am using basic auth - there should be a popup displayed to enter username and password)
But inside of the android app (same mobile phone) I worked with username and password.
In the incognito mode at the mobile it worked - the browser asked for username and password.
It seems that chrome has stored something.
I had some problems with enabling/disabling things via ui using the Nginx Proxy manager.
I have added a custom location with some additional header entries, i was using within openhabian befor using nginx proxy manager.
This solved all my problems that occured so far.
Here are my additional headers:
# Cross-Origin Resource Sharing.
add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' '*' always;
add_header 'Access-Control-Allow_Credentials' 'true' always;
add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Headers' 'Authorization,Accept,Origin,DNT,X-CustomHeader,Keep-Alive,User-Agent,X-Requested-With,If-Modified-Since,Cache-Control,Content-Type,Content-Range,Range' always;
add_header 'Access-Control-Allow-Methods' 'GET,POST,OPTIONS,PUT,DELETE,PATCH' always;
# openHAB 3 api authentication
add_header Set-Cookie X-OPENHAB-AUTH-HEADER=1;
We have some NGINX reverse proxy threads flying around here with those headers have solved auth problems too.
Thanks, it helped.
First, I copied into the advanced configuration. But then I checked your screenshot and saw that you used the
Custom locations tab.
Any idea with the notifications? Or should I create a new thread for it?
Yeah nginx proxy manager needs it that way.
They also have a little hint in the advanced tab.
(I have been there too and learned it that way. )
About the notifications:
I think the way you have described above is limited to myopenhab but i am not sure since i am not using it myself.
I do most of my Notifications via Telegram or Pushover. (Pushover is connected to other services besides openHAB anyway in my environment.)
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