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I created Load Balancer and my socket.io stoped working

After adding Load Balancer, my NodeJs server is not receiving any socket.io handshakes and got’s rejected automatically. The question i have is, do i need to add some specific http/tcp redirect rule to that Load Balancer in order to receive socket.io calls on droplets?


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Did you solve this? I have thesame problem.

I’m having a similar issue with NGINX

Hello, @bachinadiradze

May I ask if you’ve opened all the needed ports on the Load Balancer? You can check all the ports you need/use and make sure they’re open on the Load Balancer as well.