Is it possible to adopt Unifi AP's in Traefik?


I run Traefik2 with docker compose on a Debian Machine. I have a Unifi network at home and I've got some friends and family who have their AP's in my controller too. I was wondering how i could setup AP adoption in Traefik.

I access the AP's through SSH and I have to enter an URL to make them search for my controller. The syntax is http://myIP:8080/inform

But how do I do this in Traefik? Because the AP's work with HTTP instead of HTTPS, I have to send them to a specific port and on top of that it needs a prefix* too.

It probably could be something like, and I hope this way makes it possible for the other locations to find my controller too.

I guess I have to work with a loadbalancer, a new entrypoint and an pathprefix, but I don't know how to set it up. Does anyone have an idea?

*Or suffix, I don't know the difference

You have a controller software running on your home server and want external clients to connect?

Traefik is a reverse proxy, so it can forward http requests to various services depending on hostname, port and path.

Either Traefik (or your application directly) needs to be accessible by an external IP and port, so you have to do port forwarding to Traefik or your app. Traefik could add a layer of TLS/SSL and user/pass auth on top if the client supports it.

In general you should secure your communication, I would not use plain http over the Internet without TLS or VPN for critical things like your infrastructure.

I've already got traefik running with a docker compose, i was just wondering how to set this all up. I used the guides on
I think Traefik is set up to redirect all traffic to https, so i wouldn't know how to send traffic to http. I think it goes something like this in my rules folder:

      rule: "Host(`adopt.{{env "DOMAINNAME_CLOUD_SERVER"}}`)" # will only work with cloudflare Full SSL (not Strict)
        - http
        - chain-authelia
      service: unifi-svc
        certResolver: dns-cloudflare
        passHostHeader: true
          - address: "" # or whatever your external host's IP:port is 

But how can I add /inform to the end?