I walked through the docs and a lot of tutorials but cannot seem to get even a basic Traefik + Docker + NodeJS configuration to work. I’m running the below on my local machine with localhost as the Hostname. The idea is, that Traefik proxies incoming requests on HTTP/80 to the upstream NodeJS app listening ..
I’m trying to expose some applications using traefik and nip.io My docker-compose file looks as the following version: ‘3.3’ services: traefik: image: traefik:1.7-alpine command: –web –docker –docker.domain=app.test –logLevel=DEBUG ports: – 80:80 – 8080:8080 volumes: – /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock:ro whoami: image: tons/whoami-go labels: – "traefik.port=8080" – "traefik.frontend.rule=Host:whoami.127.0.0.1.nip.io" But I can’t reach my service $ curl -vvv whoami.127.0.0.1.nip.io The ..
This is a follow up to Turn off https in Docker with some more information. I still haven’t figured it out. I asked in the Docker slack group and they are convinced it’s coming from the nginx or traefik config. In Firefox there is a SSL_ERROR_UNRECOGNIZED_NAME_ALERT error, and in Chrome it’s the similar ERR_SSL_UNRECOGNIZED_NAME_ALERT. I’m ..
As a complete Traefik 2 beginner, I have been trying for more than a week to get my docker containers working with Traefik 2, but I am now going in circles. I followed dozens of tutorials, but they all go off in different directions. I found one which seems to be the simplest yet and ..
I’m trying to set up a private Docker registry behind reverse proxy (with Traefik v2). I have a computer with two local domains in the internal network The private docker registry could work without a password I created self-signed certificates Without traefik I can push and pull images to the domain "docker-registry.mydomain.de:443". If I include ..
I’m trying to configure Traefik to use my own certbot generated certs. Certbot generates them in .pem format with a total of 4 files. I don’t quite know which ones to use with traefik and can’t find anything documented around it online. I’m getting an error like this in the traefik logs: Unable to append ..
I’m writing a SAAS project with multi-applications: RestAPI Client Everything is dockerized and managed by traefik, now my problems is I don’t understand how to manage the versioning and what the best practices when you want to work with multi application. My development environment looks like this: . ├── api │ ├── src/ │ └── ..
I have a docker compose file as follows: version: ‘3’ services: api-gateway: image: "saas:0.0.1" command: "yarn api-gateway" ports: ["3000:3000"] labels: – "traefik.enable=true" users: image: "saas:0.0.1" command: "yarn users" ports: ["6000"] traefik: image: "traefik:v2.4" ports: – "80:80" – "8080:8080" labels: – "traefik.enable=true" command: – "–api.dashboard=true" – "–api.insecure=true" – "–providers.docker=true" – "–providers.docker.exposedbydefault=false" – "–entrypoints.web.address=:80" volumes: – /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock ..
Summary I am running a simple docker project with 3 services: backend: An elementary FastAPI BE couchdb: A CouchDB image Traefik: My reverse proxy I am encountering difficulties with reaching my couchdb service via traefik. Setup Here is my docker-compose-yml version: "3.8" networks: some_net: external: false ipam: driver: default services: traefik: container_name: "traefik" image: traefik:latest ..