Posts Tagged ‘nginx’

Setting up Let’s Encrypt for docker NGINX

In a previous post I showed how to install NGINX in docker to act as a reverse proxy for Apache Guacamole. This is nice but it would be even nicer if the connection was encrypted. Luckily getting an SSL certificate and setting it up for NGINX has be come easy and free a few years…

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Apache Guacamole and NGinx as reverse proxy with Docker

For my homeserver, which is running ESXI free edition, I’m using Apacha Guacamole to access the virtual machines. Apache Guacamole makes it possible to control all PC’s on my server without exposing RDP or VNC ports on the internet. Currently I’m using a non-dockerized, outdated, installation of Apache Guacamole. Instead of just updating Guacamole I’m…

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