[sdnog] Let's Encrypt behind reverse proxy
mohd_ibrah_ahmed at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 31 20:46:57 SAST 2019
Its look like you have two or more severs and your using HA-PROXY to make load balancing between servers , and its also look like application servers using https :443 , so It preferable to use Lets encrypt certificate in Pfsense which suppose to be your gateway and mention public ip address to the DNS , I was done this scenario before to E-payment company in Sudan .
Mahmoud Ibrahim Ahmed
From: Zainelabdeen S.A Elgraeed<mailto:zainco30 at gmail.com>
Sent: 31 March 2019 21:43
To: Sudan NOG<mailto:sdnog at sdnog.sd>
Subject: [sdnog] Let's Encrypt behind reverse proxy
hello, I am asking for help
how to configure let's encrypt for a web server on this environment:-
- ESXi virtualization.
- pfsense firewall for use as a reverse proxy with haproxy.
- a single public IP address.
- outsource DNS server.
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