Browzer on Intranet?

I have two computers at home, they are connected to the same LAN, respectively as server A and B. A starts a simple nodejs service,B installed controller, router,zac, now I want to use B to access A's local service, but B bootstrapper error, I am using a self-signed certificate, how can I access it in the same LAN?

error : {"code":"SELF_SIGNED_CERT_IN_CHAIN","level":"error","message":"self-signed certificate in certificate chain","stack":"Error: self-signed certificate in certificate chain\n at TLSSocket.onConnectSecure (node:_tls_wrap:1674:34)\n at TLSSocket.emit (node:events:518:28)\n at TLSSocket._finishInit (node:_tls_wrap:1085:8)\n at ssl.onhandshakedone (node:_tls_wrap:871:12)","timestamp":"2024-01-16T07:26:04.503Z"}

I re-read the OIDC Prerequisites, bootstrapper need third-party CA certificate, is strictness, should be in this problem
I have a new idea, if use the CA certificate applied in the past, use on Intranet? I'll try.

surprise , My idea is feasible. First of all, using a self-signed certificate will definitely not pass bootstrapper's verification, so I generated a CA certificate with the correct domain name, and then configured the hosts, IP and just domain on the intranet. It can pass bootstrapper Verification

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Great to hear. I do believe you can also install the CA into your browser's trust pool too. @curt is that correct? Do we have a "developer" guide that uses self-signed certs?