This should be really simply, but I’ve been messing with this for hours. Any help at all is appreciated
Currently I run the Docker image of Ghost, and then traefik hanldes being the reverse proxy out to the internet. traefik connects to ghost directly inside the docker network using port 2368
I am looking to replicate this setup outside of Docker, using NGINX Proxy Manager as the reverse proxy in its own VM, and then Ghost installed natively inside Ubuntu
NGINX Proxy Manager is all setup, configured and working. It has blog.domain.com all setup with a cert and ready to go, I just need to point it at Ghost
For the ghost config, what do I enter as the URL? If I enter https blog.domain.com, it wants to setup letsencrypt, which I don’t want. Because NGINX Proxy Manager is doing that
If I enter http://blog.domain.com, it works, but some images for some reason are served over http, and some https causing weird page loadings.
If I enter http://localhost:2368, I can’t hit anything even locally
If I enter http://blog.domain.com:2368 it does skip the local NGINX which I assume is what I want, but even with a host file entry I can’t get to it even on that port
What should I be doing?