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Old 06-03-2013, 06:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Nginx Proxy to HTTP and HTTPS


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I recently purchased some KVMs from a good provider of mine and decided to migrate from VPS to KVM. In doing this, I set up some LXC containers, installed Apache on them and copied over my data. That, was the easy part. Now I had to find a way to let the world view my websites. From a previous time not too long ago (which I'll write an article up for here), I proxied web requests via Nginx to the containers' web servers. I could do this easily with HTTP, but as I also needed HTTPS this posed an issue. What better way to learn though than diving right into it in a production environment, right?! Lets go!

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