TLS SNI router
TLSRouter is a TLS proxy that routes connections to backends based on the TLS SNI (Server Name Indication) of the TLS handshake. It carries no encryption keys and cannot decode the traffic that it proxies.
This is not an official Google project.
Install TLSRouter via
go get go.universe.tf/tcpproxy/cmd/tlsrouter
TLSRouter requires a configuration file that tells it what backend to use for a given hostname. The config file looks like:
# Basic hostname -> backend mapping go.universe.tf localhost:1234 # DNS wildcards are understood as well. *.go.universe.tf 18.104.22.168:8080 # DNS wildcards can go anywhere in name. google.* 10.20.30.40:443 # RE2 regexes are also available /(alpha|beta|gamma)\.mon(itoring)?\.dave\.tf/ 22.214.171.124:443 # If your backend supports HAProxy's PROXY protocol, you can enable # it to receive the real client ip:port. fancy.backend 126.96.36.199:443 PROXY
TLSRouter takes one mandatory commandline argument, the configuration file to use:
tlsrouter -conf tlsrouter.conf
Optional flags are:
-listen <addr>: set the listen address (default
-hello-timeout <duration>: how long to wait for the start of the TLS handshake (default