I apologise if this has been answered somewhere else. I’m a noob, so I just don’t have the vocabulary to find the solutions which I know for sure are out there.
I have a rpi3 with yunohost installed. I do _not_ want to make this internet-facing via port forwarding – just local access. I can connect to it via the IP from the rpi3 itself. So 192.168.1.99/nextcloud on the browser takes me to the yunohost nextcloud login. But yunohost is setup to be accessed via a url, something like myserver.local, so I can’t connect to it from any other device on the local network using the IP address.
The yunohost site recommends going into the router and configuring a DNS redirect, which would redirect http://myserver.local to the IP of the yunohost server. But my router doesn’t have this option.
So I wanted to know, can I use a rpi to redirect all local requests of http://myserver.local/nextcloud to 192.168.1.99/nextcloud? Can I do this with the same rpi3 yunohost is installed on, or do I need another device?
Or should I be looking at a completely different solution?
Thanks for reading.