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Homarr•3w ago
Elbinho

Integration for Adguard Home (as a Home Assistant OS Plugin)

Hi I'm getting started with Homarr at the moment, and for the most part everything seems really nice. I'm having issues getting the Adguard Integration to work though. The problem is that my construction here seems to be a bit unique. I have two devices running here, my main server which is an Unraid machine where most of my apps run as Docker, including now Homarr. I also have a smaller low-energy machine which handles the absolute basics, which is Home Assistant and Adguard as a Home Assistant OS Addon. That way, I can take my main server offline when I don't need it without losing my DNS service and half of my household not working 🙂 I'm not sure if I can integrate the Adguard Addon into Homarr, as it is running on the same adress as Home Assistant, and the authentication also gets somehow handled by Home Assistant so I don't have a seperate username/password pair for Adguard. Maybe this isn't quite the right place to ask, and some Home Assistant OS guys would know more about how the Addons get handled internally, but maybe someone here already fiddled with Home Assistant OS in a similar way
Solution:
This is the Home Assistant config menu for the Adguard Add-On (which I completely missed multiple times 😅). If you activate the "Show disabled ports" switch, you can then enter a port for the http interface. Make sure to either disable SSL on this page or get a certificate. If you leave SSL enabled with the bound http port and without a certificate the Add-On won't load
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Cakey Bot•3w ago
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Manicraft1001
Manicraft1001•3w ago
Hi, so you installed AdGuad via the Homeassistant Addons?
Elbinho
Elbinho•3w ago
yes
Manicraft1001
Manicraft1001•3w ago
As far as I know, they use underlying Docker to run "addons". We cannot help you with that Contact the author and read the documentation of the addon to find out how you could access AdGuard
Elbinho
Elbinho•3w ago
thank you, I'll try that. I will post here if I find a solution, maybe someone else will run into this problem
Manicraft1001
Manicraft1001•3w ago
Yes, thank you 👍
Elbinho
Elbinho•3w ago
Ok, so it turns out I was an idiot (as usually). In the Add-on options there IS a way to bind a TCP port for the standard Adguard web interface, completely circumventing Home Assistant. The credentials are the same as for the HA interface. I had to disable SSL for this, but since that device isn't exposed, that shouldn't be an issue
Manicraft1001
Manicraft1001•3w ago
How can you bind it? I'm asking so other users with the same problem can repeat the steps
Solution
Elbinho
Elbinho•3w ago
This is the Home Assistant config menu for the Adguard Add-On (which I completely missed multiple times 😅). If you activate the "Show disabled ports" switch, you can then enter a port for the http interface. Make sure to either disable SSL on this page or get a certificate. If you leave SSL enabled with the bound http port and without a certificate the Add-On won't load
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Manicraft1001
Manicraft1001•3w ago
Awesome. Can I mark this as resolved?
Elbinho
Elbinho•3w ago
yes, sure