Tailscale - resolve local https

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Tailscale - resolve local https

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Hey everyone, I have tailscale all setup and working nicely. I am able to access apps running in docker containers using the local network ip with the appropriate port number. I have a couple of containers that I use https certs on. These have been setup using nginx proxy manager with an acme dns01 challenge for duckdns, which means I can access containers/apps using https without having any ports open on my router.

Now, herein lies the problem. Although I can access these apps using the ip address with a port number, it doesn't work using https. For example https://myapp.something.duckdns.org doesn't work. However, if I don't use tailscale then it resolves on my local network without any problems.

Has anyone had this issue and resolved it, I would be welcome of the assistance.

Thanks
 

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