Caddy installed on Ubuntu per instructions on the site
a. System environment:
Mint 20, not a docker
command sudo ufw status returns inactive.
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c. Service/unit/compose file:
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d. My complete Caddyfile or JSON config:
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### 3. The problem I'm having:
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when I ping icolostrum.ga I get my IP correct
When I open 192.168.1.59:8081 I get the Wordpress page
When I enter icolostrum.ga the web brwser will switch to icolostrum.ga:8081 and it reports proxy firewall problem
Port 80 and 443 is open on my netgear router
### 4. Error messages and/or full log output:
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### 5. What I already tried:
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Is there a reason for using docker at all and not just a native web service without docker? It’s a pain in the a55 I hate it when it doesn’t work. Can you open 8081 on your firewall for a sec? see if it’s accessible when the ports opened?
That log looks fine and it’s getting a cert issued.
I`m amateur Linux user, the docker gives my opportunity to remove container and start from scratch.
I took me several iterations to figure our my_sql for Wordpress. Also I can run multiple sites/containers on different port.