0.0.0.0are internal hostnames that means "this computer". They cannot and should not be used as the host, but is commonly used because users mainly access the service from the computer running it. In order for LunaSea to connect, you must find the local IP of your computer (most common home networking configurations have it start with
localhost, but instead set to either
*, or the local IP for the computer/server.
0.0.0.0, or the local IP.
https://before the IP or domain. LunaSea does not make any assumptions on the protocol to use (http or https).
3xxredirecting webpages. This is not supported for POST and PUT requests (sending data back to the module) and can cause many headaches, so ideally you should be pointing directly to the module on your network.
<External IP>:<Port>. The reason this is not recommend is because all of the traffic is sent unencrypted (you can use self-signed certificates, but this causes more headaches related to certificate authorities), and the more ports that are open on your network the less secure it is.