I run a couple servers inside my network, mostly relying on a reverse-proxy to accept connections on TCP 443 and proxy the connections to the right internal server. I don't run separate internal v. external DNS. Instead, I have a more typical setup where I define an external DNS server in eero, then the eero includes its address as the DNS server in all DHCP addresses, and forwards the requests.
As a result, though, I can't access my server by [subdomain].[domain].com while *inside* my eero network. I have to instead use DNS shortnames. This is annoying for a number of reasons.
Set up new eeros and was sad to see this is not supported. +1 for this feature please.
This is now supported in their latest firmware release, although I have not tried it yet to vouch for the quality. Odd they didn't post this here yet.
Is it just me or has this been broken again with the latest software update? It has been working fine for me for months. But a couple nights ago, my eero network updated to 3.12.0 and now I'm getting an error when trying to access from inside my eero network. "Can't establish a secure connection to the server" error. Connections from outside the eero network are fine, it's only a problem with local connections.
This was all working perfectly until the eero software updated. Nothing else has changed.
This is definitely not just you. This feature seems almost entirely broken with version 3.12.0. I just emailed eero support about it.
I emailed them as well, but haven't heard back yet.
I think I may have, at least temporarily, fixed it. I deleted my port forwards on the server in question and re-added them, and so far it seems to be better. Not sure if it will fix it permanently, so I'm hoping they register a fix anyway...
Hi! I'm having the same issue right now. After one of the last updates all of the DDNS port forwarding stopped to work.
I need an urgent solution to this.
Seems to be still broken. After reading a thread that’s 4 (!) years old about something as simple as hairpinning, I’m quite disappointed. I guess this is as good of a time as any to move to something else and upgrade to WiFi 6...
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