|docker nginx vhost||1.7||0.2||6311||63|
|docker nginx host||1.63||1||3143||6|
|docker nginx host not found in upstream||1.48||0.9||5249||88|
|docker nginx host website||1.77||0.9||1079||61|
|docker nginx host.docker.internal||0.02||0.2||1025||97|
|docker nginx host folder||0.53||0.8||2165||83|
|docker nginx host network||0.27||0.5||835||67|
|docker nginx host not found||0.7||0.8||5078||8|
|nginx docker virtual host||1.01||0.3||2879||32|
|host nginx in docker||1.49||0.3||2249||37|
|docker nginx hostname||0.25||0.4||9069||93|
|docker nginx proxy host||0.14||0.6||4583||36|
That's exactly what nginx-proxy does: it listens to port 80 (the standard HTTP port) and forwards incoming requests to the appropriate container. This is often known as a reverse proxy, and takes advantage of Docker's VIRTUAL_HOST variable.Can I replicate a virtual host environment with Docker containers?
I was playing with Docker last week and decided to replicate a virtual host environment where different domains should point to different containers running in the host machine. The same way we can easily do with Apache or Nginx.How does Nginx-proxy work to host multiple websites?
How nginx-proxy works to host multiple websites As you can see from the code in both options, the container listens on port 80 and exposes the same port inside of the container. That allows all incoming traffic to flow though nginx. You might be wondering what the /var/run/docker.sock:/tmp/docker.sock line accomplishes.What port does a docker container listen on?
As you can see from the code in both options, the container listens on port 80 and exposes the same port inside of the container. That allows all incoming traffic to flow though nginx . You might be wondering what the /var/run/docker.sock:/tmp/docker.sock line accomplishes.