Hello, we are having some issues using gitea docker behind an nginx reverse proxy.
Our setup looks like the following:
Gitea is running as a docker instance on 10.10.10.10 with ports 3000 and 22 exposed.
10.10.10.10 is a Debian 10 machine.
10.10.10.20 is a Debian 10 machine running nginx as a reverse proxy which is used to A) have a DNS-record and B) use HTTPS via let’s encrypt.
It also streams TCP traffic on port 22, so SSH.
The DNS for this is git1.company.lan which resolves to 10.10.10.20
If we set the root_url to be 10.10.10.10, it works splendid, and we can use the DNS to reach git but obviously, traffic is then sent directly to the IP - this is not the ideal configure because we may want to expose it to the outside world, and also have several instances via port 22 on the same host - hence the reverse SSH streaming.
Any ideas why? Is this because the real address (The docker private network) is something different?
Thanks in advance.