HTTPS translation to IP [solved]
I have a question for you all...
I have an HTTPS web app developed in ASP.Net core in my lab and I would like to go into my browser and type in the https address to open the page.
Is there a way to make pfSense translate the "https://www.website.ext" address into the IP of the hosting machine?
Thanks for any help :)
Yes, it's called "DNS". It's built in and you can add your own items.
thanks! I know that XD
Domain Name Service is quite well known!
my point is how and where do I add my website?
I was thinking on the DNS resolver service as an override but I cannot get it to work...
You add it in Host Overides on the resolver or forwarder page, depending on which you're using. Resolver is default, IIRC.
Ok so what do I insert in each field for a website address formed like this? https://www.website.it
Honestly I can't figure out what to write...
I thought host would be website and domain would be it but it's not working...
I tried a few other combinations but it's honestly not clear...
www would be the host
and website.it would be the domain
When looking at a fqdn
if they have more dots then it would be
You would always just put the host part in host, and any domain or sub in the domain section. If you have just single label like website.it then website would be the host and .it would be the domain.
Left most is always the host, the rest is domain section.
@johnpoz Yeah I just figured that out myself just now...
It's completely unclear though... www is a host??????? XD
see my edit... for some clarification.
@johnpoz thanks a lot for the clarification :) I see there is no option to mark solved?
Just edit your first post subject
Says I'm not allowed after 3600s from creation... :(
Where does it say that, that is not pfsense. Oh editing your post - duh... Really... I can edit it for you..
@johnpoz thanks a lot ;)