Example Route Service
An example route service for Cloud Foundry.
Route Service Overview
The Route Service feature is currently in development, the proposal can be found in this Google Doc.
This example route service uses the new headers/features that have been added to the GoRouter. For example:
X-CF-Forwarded-Url: A header that contains the original URL that the GoRouter received.
X-CF-Proxy-Signature: A header that the GoRouter uses to determine if a request has gone through the route service.
- Download this repository and
cf pushto your chosen CF deployment.
- Push your app which will be associated with the route service.
- Create a user-provided route service (see docs)
- Bind the route service to the route (domain/hostname)
- Tail the logs of this route service in order to verify that requests to your app go through the route service. The example logging route service will log requests and responses to and from your app.
If you set this environment variable in the running app, the route service will sleep for that many milliseconds before proxying the request. This can be used to simulate route services that are slow to respond.
Example (10 seconds):
cf set-env logging-route-service ROUTE_SERVICE_SLEEP_MILLI 10000 cf restage logging-route-service
If you set this environment variable to false, the route service will validate SSL certificates. By default the route service skips SSL validation.
cf set-env logging-route-service SKIP_SSL_VALIDATION false cf restart logging-route-service