Nginx Rewrite for Proxy Pass
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Fri May 30 16:53:01 UTC 2014
On 30 May 2014 16:55, bwellsnc <bwellsnc at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone, I have an interesting issue. I am using nginx 1.6.0 to
> proxy back to my Jira instance. This is working great within my network.
> This is the issue. I am using a fortigate device to protect my network and
> I want to use the https connection in the web portal to access my Jira
> instance. The problem is that jira always expects a
> https://jira.internal.example.com, because that is what is set in it's base
> url. The fortigate sends this to nginx:
I think someone configured your firewall wrongly. That's not just a
device's specific quirk - if someone sold a device that did that
*and*only*that* then they'd go out of business. Fix the
> Jira see's this as an incorrect path and causing it to not properly. I am
> wanting to know is there a way to rewrite the path that the fortigate is
> sending to nginx so that jira believe's its correct. Thanks!
Not tested, but should push you in the right direction:
rewrite ^/proxy/https/jira.internal.example.com/(.*)$ /$1;
proxy_set_header Host jira.internal.example.com;
But don't do that. Fix your wrongly configured other device.
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