An item I have had on my check list for a while is getting my outward facing device setup with HTTPS. I access my Octoprint from work / on the road using android apps or port forwarding through my router. This works great.
By default, however, HTTPS does not appear to be required or enabled. I looked up a few guides on how to get this done, and managed to successfully get this to occur on my local network. After following the guide, I have broken my external access. Although I can connect via HTTPS on my local network, I can no longer connect to either HTTP or HTTPS externally like I used to.
This is certainly my fault. That being said, this seems like it would be very natural to have some means of HTTPS setup as a wizard in Octoprint rather than me fumbling around an OS i'm not familiar with following a guide that may or may not be best practice.
What are the chances we could get HTTPS setup as part of a wizard for Octoprint?