First and Foremost thank you for a wonderful opensource product especially in a time when we are looking to new ways to connect while practicing social distancing.
I am attempting to set-up a Jitsi instance in a LXD container for my local church. As it is, I run a LXD Haproxy container so that I can provide multiple WAN-available services from one machine. The HAProxy container possesses the letsencrypt certs and will take any http/https request and forward it to the appropriate container.
My question is as follows: how do I install Jitsi to function in this setup (if its possible at all). The host runs Ubuntu 19.10 and the respective containers run/will run Ubuntu 19.10 as well.
So again this is my setup
- Host updates public IP to FQDN via ddclient
- FQDN receives request and routes to public IP
- Public IP is answered by modem and pass to router that forwards http/https requests to Host
- Host passes requests to HAProxy LXD container
- HAProxy forwards specific request to appropriate LXD container
- Jitsi LXD container answers request (HAProxy normally takes 443 request and passes 80 request to containers. I understand Jitsi only answers 443 requests so I need to figure out how to make HAProxy pass the original 443 request)
Any ideas? Thank you!