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reverse-proxy configuration issue when running from different browsers

Posted by richpuerto 
reverse-proxy configuration issue when running from different browsers
February 12, 2024 08:48PM

I kindly request help in how to resolve the following problem I am experiencing on my new nginx server configuration.

Basic information:
Installed Nginx ver 1.8 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
Objective: to use Nginx as a reverse-proxy server.
I host my own sites, one public IP.

I have two webservers on my internal network.
All http and https traffic is natting to my Nginx server
Nginx Reverse-proxy, passes traffic to specific webserver depending on domain-name (domain-name.conf)
domain-name.conf resides in /etc/nginx/sites-enabled (see attached file)


My installation is partially working.
For example the attached .conf works well when using Firefox, but when using Safari or Chrome, it does not work.

Other situation I am experiencing is with another similar .conf file for another domain-name (same file as attached but different servername, ssl path, and proxy-pass IP)
It works well when using Safari and Chrome but it does not well when using Firefox.

Any suggestions to correct this problem?


open | download - Nginx domain_name.conf (example file).rtf (2.2 KB)
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