Apologies if this is in the wrong forum, but I'm kind of a newb with any router/firewall/appliance beyond a distro'd broadband router.
I just installed pfSense and have been working to configure the various setting to match what I had previously on my Asus Merlin router when I ran into a problem I can't quite figure out. I'm getting connection refused for a DDNS address that was working fine earlier. The only I can think I've done since it was working was configure OpenVPN.
I have DDNS setup and working (ip address is green) for (let's call it) mydomain.net. I have a webhop set for the domain at dyn.com to redirect to https://ds.mydomain.net:5555 to the identified IP address. Again, this was working without a problem, but now I'm getting connection refused. The ports are open. If I use the IP address: https://ipaddress:5555, it works fine. But using the domain name is not working. Same thing for other SSL ports I have opened to my local host using port. e.g., port 7001.
Just to be clear, I've tested this both inside and outside of my network (NAT reflection mode is enabled). If I try https://mydomain.net, without the sub prefix, I get a NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID error. The only package I've installed so far is the openVPN config export package. Services enabled include DHCP Server, OpenVPN, NTP, along with some ports forward to various host.
Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks.
EDIT: Forgot to mention that I enabled ICMP echo rule so pings would work. I can successfully ping mydomain.net.
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Makes sense. Thanks. Any thoughts on why the connection would be refused for ds.mydomain.net?
Okay… Seems Chrome is the only browser showing connection refused. Neither Firefox nor Chrome have the problem. Not sure why Chrome is reacting this way, but I seems it's not pfsense related.