I'm trying to create a very simple static reverse proxy configuration which is the same on all deployed swarm workers.
It will route local HTTP traffic to port 6080 to the swarm manager http://node-name:1234 via the Overlay Network.
Ideally want to avoid touching the host OS at all when deploying this - looking for a simple Docker based alternative to volumes/files for the dynamic configuration.
I was hoping I could put everything into the command/environment variables, but I can't find a way to configure HTTP routers/services there - may have missed it?
If it isn't possible to configure end to end static services using the CLI/Env variables, any ideas how I could accomplish this in another way (perhaps passing file contents in the compose file directly for example?). I see the HTTP dynamic discovery option - but that'd mean running a web server somewhere in the swarm (doable but not ideal).
## DYNAMIC CONFIGURATION http: routers: server-updates: rule: "HostRegexp(`updates.servers.dummydomain`)" service: server-updates-service entryPoints: - nebraska services: server-updates-service: loadBalancer: servers: - url: "http://node-name:1234"
## Stack Compose File version: "3.5" services: revproxy: image: xxxxxx/traefik:v2.5 command: # - "--providers.file" # - "--providers.file.filename=/etc/traefik/revproxy.yml" - "--serverstransport.insecureskipverify=true" - "--entryPoints.server-updates.address=:80" - "--log.level=DEBUG" ports: - 6080:80 # volumes: # - /opt/revproxy/revproxy.yml:/etc/traefik/revproxy.yml