I’m using the Nginx server for my node js application deployment. my domain (http://tisbeta.com:9002/) Is working well without HTTPS on different ports like 9001 and 9002 but when I install the let’s encrypt SSL certificate the port stops working(https://tisbeta.com:9002 ).im try so many solutions but not working.
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What I could suggest here is to use Nginx as a reverse proxy as described here:
That way your application will be running locally on
http://localhost:9002and the Nginx proxy will be forwarding the traffic from HTTPS to that internal port, for example:
Let me know how it goes!
Can you post here your Nginx conf for HTTPS? I would assume Let’s Encrypt installs the default config for 443 and does not take into account the reverse proxy you have configured.
Is working well without HTTPS???