Impersonation in Nginx
francis at daoine.org
Wed Sep 28 08:19:27 UTC 2022
On Thu, Sep 22, 2022 at 11:07:36AM -0400, suryamohan05 wrote:
> Does Nginx has a feasibility to pass impersonation in of the config file.
I'm afraid I don't understand what you are asking.
I suspect that a translation to english chose the wrong possible meaning
of the word you are using?
Could you use more, or other, words to describe what you want?
If you mean: when a user talks to nginx, can nginx send a different http
Host: header to different upstream services, then "yes".
If you mean: when a user talks to nginx, can nginx send that user's http
Basic Authentication credentials, or "login" Cookie, to the upstream,
If you mean: the same, but nginx sends *another* user's credential, then
"maybe" (you can hard-code the http headers to send on every request).
Maybe your question is clear to someone else who can answer; but in case
not, if you re-ask with an example, you might get a better answer.
Francis Daly francis at daoine.org
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