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issue commenthassio-addons/addon-unifi

Unable to access WebUI

ok after a few further tests and a hint this procedure does seem to work:

uninstall the current version, re-install the latest version - DONT start it - disable SSL - start the addon. Next connect via http://a.b.c.d:8080 - you will see the controller interface allowing you to import your previous configuration. Once this completes the controller is working and using the default unifi ssl certificate.

as soon as you try to use your own SSL certificates it will break again and can be recovered as explained above.

I can confirm this works, even on 32-bit OS. I've always thought it had something to do with SSL because the add-on was always running, only you couldn't access the UI. This should be really easy to fix...

TinTin1969

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issue commenthassio-addons/addon-unifi

Unable to access WebUI

After a lot of fiddling, I think I've figured out a solution to my problem:

When the Raspberry Pi reboots, the Unifi add-on is not accessible. However, if you then reboot only the core (Supervisor, restart core) in Home Assistant, the Unifi WebUI suddenly becomes accessible and works normally.

TinTin1969

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issue commenthassio-addons/addon-unifi

Unable to access WebUI

Ok here is the strangest thing... Today for some reason I thought I'd give it a try to access the WebUI and out of the blue it worked. Nothing had changed, I'm still running 0.23 which I had never been able to access. And suddenly it works perfectly! I made some Ha backups (running Home Assistant in RPi 3) and Controller backups to make sure I won't get locked out again.

One reboot of the RPi and the WebUI is gone again, same Connection Refused error. Tried reinstalling Add-on, restoring from backup, etc. Doesn't work anymore...

So I really don't believe it has anything to do with database version etc, it must be some kind of port or SSL error, no idea.

TinTin1969

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issue openedhassio-addons/addon-unifi

Unable to access WebUI

Problem/Motivation

Since version 0.21 I have been unable to access the WebUI. I know from other forums that other people have the same issue.

Expected behavior

With or without SSL I have always been able to access the WebUI, both locally and remotely, until version 0.21.

Actual behavior

The page returns aConnection Refused error message. I can uninstall the plugin and after a few attempts I can access WebUI, but as soon as I restore an auto-save, no matter which one, the error returns. No solutions on other forums so far.

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