If you’re running an instance of Adguard in Docker on your network and wish to connect this to the Home-Assistant integration, you might have issues actually getting them to connect. I had tried several different variations of http/https, ssl on/off, verify on/off and even varying user/pass. I eventually found my issue.
In Unraid, In my AdGuardHome.yaml file in docker/Adguard…. configuration folder you’ll see the following lines at the top:
bind_host: 0.0.0.0bind_port: 80beta_bind_port: 0users:– name: adminpassword: redacted
As a last step, if this still doesn’t work for you, then an additional step may be to enable the host to access custom docker networks on Unraid. To do that, you need to stop the docker service on Unraid. Go to the Docker settings page and show advanced.
There you enable the following. Once done, remember to enable the Docker service again:
If you notice, when you create Adguard Home, it’s created on Br0 network. I am not sure if the above step is entirely necessary, but it was another step I did earlier when trouble shooting and I now have Adguard Home working in Home-Assistant. I can’t be bothered to stop docker, switch it off and try again! YMMV
If you’re looking to bring in more of your docker containers into Home-Assistant for monitoring and control, be sure to check out my post here.