I have used Let’s Encrypt with EasyEngine and WordOps. I have used it on a few different web hosts, too. However, the task now is to implement Let’s Encrypt on a Mayan EDMS Docker Deployment. Mayan EDMS is accessible via a URL. I’ve been setting up the features and such. However, I cannot seem to find a reliable way to obtain and/or renew a Let’s Encrypt SSL Cert for this system.
Any thoughts on how to handle this?
What is the HTTP serving component of this tool? How is it supposed to be configured?
One thing that a lot of people have had success with is putting up Caddy, nginx, or HAProxy (roughly in descending order of convenience) as a reverse proxy in front of other web servers that don’t support HTTPS or Let’s Encrypt in a convenient way. Then the Caddy (etc.) process will terminate inbound HTTPS requests and then forward them to a TCP port on localhost over HTTP. In this case the backend service doesn’t necessarily need to be aware of HTTPS or Let’s Encrypt.
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