I have a bit of a crazy setup for a personal project.
I have a Raspberry Pi that does various monitoring things for me, and it runs a web server that handles the various requests I throw at it.
In order to get the Pi to into a place to handle requests from the Echo, I did the following: - Got a 3 year SSL Cert for a subdomain. - Port forward my Pi to the outside world. - Have my router using a dynamic IP service. - CNAME my dynamic IP to the subdomain I'm using.
After doing this, I can access my domain via https://house.mydomain.com and it's secure with a valid cert.
Now... when I go to the endpoint I enter into my setup: https://house.mydomain.com/echo/index.php
... in a web browser, I get my temporary canned response back and my ssl_access.log file is written to. When I try and use either the test portal or my Echo, I get back "Unable to call remote endpoint or the response is invalid" in the portal, and "I am unable to reach the requested skill" via the echo. Looking at the logs, it was never attempted. Only access in my logs is from my browser.
Is there anywhere at all to see where the failure point is here? Those errors don't do me much good, and all my checkmarks are lit up in green, so I assume the info I've entered is valid.