I am posting this in hopes that others may find it useful. I currently use Plesk as my web hosting panel. I was looking for a way to reverse proxy Proxmox through Plesk's built in frame forwarding feature as it utilizes NGINX. Unfortunately, the default frame forwarding template Plesk...
I just upgraded to the latest version of proxmox 6 (6.4-13) and my SSL domain is no longer working on nginx. I've double checked everything included the A record propagation and let's encrypt certs all valid. I can't seem to find the issue after the upgrade. Is there something that changed with...
Hallo, ich habe in meinem Netzwerk einen Server wo Proxmox drauf installiert ist. Dort habe ich eine Virtuelle Maschine am laufen auf der eine Dyn DNS Software läuft die meine Domains auf meine Aktuelle IP setzt. Dazu läuft dort noch ein ein Revsereproxy (Nginx Proxy Manager) auf der VM. Über...
I hope this is the correct sub-forum. I want to get the PVE console (NoVNC) working in combination with an NGINX reverse proxy. My current NGINX conf is:
error_log /var/log/nginx/error.log debug;
ich habe seit neuestem ProxMox und wollte mir einen ReverseProxy für die WebGUI + VMs/LXCs einrichten.
Der ReverseProxy für die VMs/LXCs funktioniert ohne Probleme, aber die ProxMox-GUI wirft Fehler aus.
Die Oberfläche kommt zwar, aber wenn ich mich einloggen will kommt danach die...
yesterday I moved my proxmox VMs to a new Proxmox Server with the only difference being, that the old Proxmox hat v6.1 and the one I transferred the VMs to is on v6.2.
I use a reverse proxy to access my services (pfSense, Proxmox Webinterface, Webmail,...). I have a VM which is hosting...
I need to setup a nginx reverse proxy only for the noVNC console, not the whole proxmox. My proxmox servers are on my private network and I want someone on the Internet to be able to access the console of a VM but i don't want them to access proxmox itself (gui or api).
Has anyone done...
I have configured Nginx to access Proxmox WebUI via port 443 based on this documentation.
This works like charm.
However, I need an additional solution to access web services running on specific CTs / VMs.
In my case this web service is: NIPAP
This web service has only connection to...
Hey all, after some searching i saw that a year or 2 ago it was not possible to have the proxmox webgui reverse proxy with a subdirectory on NGINX, only option was a subdomain.
I was just wondering is that still the case? I don't seem to be able to get it to work with a subdirectory, I even...
I'm trying to configure nginx to act as reverse proxy for my proxmox hosts, everything is great, the noVNC is working, but i cannot upload any file to the datastore.
Config of nginx is attached below:
root@proxmox-node-1:~# cat /etc/nginx/nginx.conf
I would like to allow my users to access the quarantine page from the internet (not just the intranet).
"somewhere" I've read, that one shouldn't expose the entire webgui/api to the wild internet, and only restrict access to the actual quarantine. (unfortunately I cannot find that reference any...
I propose that these lines are added to the article here in order to fix the boot order of the services. Otherwise nginx won't come up correctly after reboot because the certificate files are not available before pve-cluster service was started.
i'm trying to enable a reverse proxy via the "URL Rewrite" module in IIS hosted on a Windows 2016 Server pointing to my proxmox machine (proxmox.domain.com to 192.168.2.115:8006).
I configured everything, but when i try to access proxmox via "proxmox.domain.com" i get the following...
So I'm trying to get reverse proxy working. I can get it to work with https://subdomain.domain.com, however i can't get it to work with https://domain.com/subdir (or https://subdomain.domain.com/subdir for that matter). Any idea what i have to change in the NGINX config? My location block is...
I can't get my reverse proxy to work in order to access Proxmox via http(s)://domain.name/proxmox.
However, if I edit the configuration "location /proxmox" to "location /" then I can access it via http(s)://domain.name/, but I'd rather use /proxmox instead of having it at the "root".