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how to do reverse proxy on docker

I have a server and I am using Ubuntu 20.04, nginx , mosquitto and node-red and docker , let’s call the website http://mywebsite.com. The problem that I am facing that I have created a client lets call it client1 in docker so the URL will be http://mywebsite.com/client1 and I want to establish an MQTT connection via mosquitto and I’m sending the data on topic test

The problem that on node red node of MQTT when I write the IP address of my mosquitto container it works Example link But if I change the IP address 192.144.0.5 with mywebsite.com/client1 I can’t connect to mosquitto and I can’t send or receive any form of data Example link any idea on how to solve this problem


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Hi there @zaouaouizakaria,

Do you get any errors when you add your domain name? I could suggest checking your logs with the docker logs container_id command.

Also in order to use your domain name instead of your IP address, you would need to configure your DNS so that your A record points to the IP address of your server.

After the DNS change, it can take up to 24-48 hours for the DNS to propagate over the Globe.

Regards, Bobby