1. The problem I’m having:
I have caddy working beautifully for my site, reverse proxying HTTPS for all my services. It’s amazing how nicely it works.
However, I have one device (my kobo) that doesn’t seem to like the https access for the link to the calibre-web api. I have calibre-web configured on its own domain, for secure web access.
It is possible to configure caddy so that calibre.jeffrice.net is served only by HTTPS, but that calibre.jeffrice.net/kobo/ is accessible by HTTP?
3. Caddy version:
4. How I installed and ran Caddy:
a. System environment:
Docker under linux
debug global option. What do you see in your logs when you try to use your Kobo?
How old is your Kobo? It might be using an outdated (insecure) TLS version if it’s too old.
It is possible to serve it over HTTP, but I strongly recommend figuring out why it’s not working before taking that approach. Turning off security should always be the last resort.
header_up X-Scheme https to that proxy directive worked.
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