I am trying to access https://my-name.duckdns.org:8123 on my local network.
- I have port forwarding set up correctly so when I visit https://my-name.duckdns.org:8123 via my mobile data it redirects correctly to the local IP address and port 192.168.1.206:8123
What am i supposed to enable / add to pfsense so I can access https://my-name.duckdns.org:8123 on my local network. I cant for the life of me find out what I need to do.
Im forgetting something really stupid…
Ok here is how I understand your problem
You can access your website externally, but not internally.
I would try adding a dns host override. I’m not sure if you are using adns forwarder or dns resolver (I’m using resolver), however both options have the ability to add a dns host override at the bottom.
That’s the issue I am having.
I forgot to mention that I have added that to the DNS resolver under the host override and it does not seem to work either
Go to System -> Advanced -> Firewall & NAT
Under “Network Address Translation” set it to “Pure NAT”
Make sure you have NAT rules that also respect this setting
Thank you Tom
This has been driving me mad for days!
I knew you would know what the issue was. worked perfectly