22 thoughts on “NGINX as a Reverse Proxy (listening on port 80)

  1. You just earned yourself a subscriber. I would love to see nginx, lets encrypt and docker including auto renewal.

  2. What is the name of the second part. I understand the principle but what does this actually look like on the server side.. for instance I configured my nginx conf file but honestly, how do I get it to work, do I start it. when I do. I can't launch my application. because it is now being blocked..

  3. Hey..nice video.. thanks for making it..It help us a lot…One small request..Also show docker deployment for node with NGiNX and PM2

  4. Great tutorial.. Used the knowledge to setup my Go server. It was running on port 8000 and wasn't showing up on the reverse proxy until I set it to 8080.
    In case someone else has this problem

  5. I've been scouring the internet for weeks trying to figure out what NGINX was for. This is by far the best tutorial I've seen! Thanks a lot, I hope you continue to make great content!

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