This is a role to have nginx pass through HTTP traffic to another system or serve as an HTTPS endpoint and pass on the traffic via HTTP to another system on the host.
You also need to setup the roles nginx and SSL to use this role.
nginx_passthrough_listen_port: The port to which nginx should listen
nginx_passthrough_listen_port_ssl: The port to which nginx should listen for SSL traffic
nginx_passthrough_name: A name for your projects, will be used for folder names
nginx_passthrough_server_name: The server DNS name to which nginx should listen
nginx_passthrough_server_name_alternatives: Alternative hostnames that should redirect to the main hostname
nginx_passthrough_target_host: The hostname to which nginx should relay the traffic
nginx_passthrough_target_port: The target port of your service to which nginx should relay the traffic
nginx_passthrough_target_socket: If you serve your WSGI project on a socket, you can also use this setting instead of
nginx_passthrough_target_port, the value must include the
Optionally, you can define the following variables to protect the site with username and password:
nginx_passthrough_login_username: The username to use for login
nginx_passthrough_login_passwordhash: The htaccess password hash from the password for login
Other options are:
nginx_passthrough_cross_origin_host: If you want to allow cross origin requests (i.e. send the
Access-Control-Allow-Originheader), specify the allowed host (or
*) with this option
This role is used in a playbook together with another role for the service to which nginx should forward the traffic.
- hosts: website vars_files: - "vars/project.yml" roles: - project - ssl - nginx - nginx-passthrough