is it possible to proxy reverse this way
it would be in this case several proxy for several radios.
where I am currently. aaPanel
I do it this way:
location ^~ /pop
proxy_pass https://servidor.radios.com:8020/stream ;
proxy_set_header Host server.radios.com:8020/stream;
proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
proxy_set_header REMOTE-HOST $remote_addr;
#Configuration related to persistent connection
add_header X-Cache $upstream_cache_status;
#Set Nginx Cache
if ( $uri ~* "\.(gif|png|jpg|css|js|woff|woff2)$" )
proxy_ignore_headers Set-Cookie Cache-Control expires;
proxy_cache_valid 200 304 301 302 1m;
This is absolutely feasible to manage that. I would start with File provider and manually create service and then create router that is using that service. Here is the example DYNAMIC configuraiton that can be used for further development.
- url: "https://servidor.radios.com:8020"
Hi, @jakubhajek thanks for the tip. I'll try to do. I'm using aaPanel. and there do not need to understand programming.
but I will try to study and try to apply.
to make several, is it the same scheme?
where would i put the
There are other matchers that might be used together with
Host rule e.g.
Path to match
PathPrefix to match
/pop/*. Here is the link to docs where all of the available matches are explained.
I'll take a look.
but basically what I wanted to do was reverse proxy. on my cloud server.
Would you please explain what do you mean by saying "on cloud server"? Did you already install Traefik or do you consider which method is suitable for your environment?
Traefik can be deployed in a container or as a standalone process. You can also use different types of cluster orchestration solutions to manage your containers e.g. Kubernetes, Docker, or Docker Swarm. I would recommend reviewing our official documentation, especially the paragraph Getting Started.
I haven't installed it yet, because I got lost. has a lot of code to install.
but what I want is to install a reverse proxy on a VPS server
At the moment I do this with:
but it is not working 100%