I currently have a Traefik setup for Reverse Proxying simple Docker containers, forcing all traffic to port 443 over SSL.
See below for my
[entryPoints.http] address = ":80" [entryPoints.http.http] [entryPoints.http.http.redirections] [entryPoints.http.http.redirections.entryPoint] to = "https" scheme = "https" [entryPoints.https] address = ":443"
This is fine for almost all my sites as they're all HTTPS compatible and work. However I've got an older site based on an old outdated framework that doesn't support SSL / HTTPS access (a ton of the resources break).
Thus, I need to be able to host that one site directly on port 80 with an
Usually, I use the following Docker Tags to achieve the forwarding I want:
site.com) || Host(
The above obviously work for the https site, tweaking / removing the TLS tags and just serving the site over http however don't work given the router redirect in the Traefik.toml file. My question is how can I achieve the same forced over 443 for most sites while bypassing the redirect for the specific legacy site in question?
Thank you for your help,