So I've been tinkering with Traefik the last 2 days to get this to work.
I have 2 servers in my network:
At first I had a Raspberry PI 3 with Nginx as a reverse proxy in front of the 2 servers, because they have to be reachable from the outside world.
Now I wanted to try out Traefik and I installed it on Server 2, it should redirect the request of the domain (server1.doamin.com) to server 1, so that I dont need the Raspberry PI anymore. Unfortunately it looks like Traefik has no option to set the ssl name for redirection to Server 1.
With nginx you can set:
Is this not implemented in Traefik? If not, does anyone now how to get around this problem?
I am looking forward to your answers an I hope anyone can help me here
Not really understanding here, pardon my ignorance.
Are you looking to have Traefik server answer all HTTP/HTTPS? If so, are you now looking for Traefik to answer
server1.domain.com and have it forward to your IIS server?
If yes, then I have a work-around (there may be a better way).
To answer your question, "Is this not implemented in Traefik?" I don't think so. So I spawn a dummy container whose only job is to funnel traffic from Traefik.
command: ["tcp-listen:80,fork,reuseaddr", "tcp:10.11.12.13:80"]
Example, my NAS at home runs all sorts of applications on different ports, I can never remember them. So I set up one of these services PER application (just tunnel to the right ip and port) and done.