My load-balancer is convinced my droplet is unhealthy and so blocking it. The droplet is running NGINX on Ubuntu 16.04. I can access the website that NGINX is hosting via the public IP or a domain pointed to that IP. And a floating IP works.

I’ve tried both HTTP and TCP for health-checks, neither works. Any suggestions?

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  • I am having a very similar issue. Calling my server IPs with the address for healthcheck works fine directly, returns as expected, but the load balancer keeps telling me that healthchecks are failing.

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Good luck @dloker I eventually gave up and just went with a floating IP which is way cheaper but not ideal.