[keycloak-user] Running Keycloak behind Apache Reverse Proxy
pnalyvayko at agi.com
Thu Feb 21 16:11:49 EST 2019
The instructions above only apply if you are trying to set up mutual SSL.
Take a look at https://www.keycloak.org/docs/1.9/server_installation_guide/topics/clustering/load-balancer.html how to set up keycloak behind load balancer, there are a few changes to the keycloak configuration you'll need to make
Hope this helps
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Subject: [keycloak-user] Running Keycloak behind Apache Reverse Proxy
OS: Ubuntu 18.04
I am running an https secured apache server as a reverse proxy. Lets say
Now, I have a keycloak server running on the same machine, lets say at
http://localhost:1234 (note: HTTP)
I have set it up such that https://example.com/keycloak points to
configuration file, I have the url set up as :
url : 'https://example.com/keycloak/auth|'|
This does not work. In order to access keycloak for authentication from
the outside world, I need this to connect.
Anything on this ?
I have already looked at this link :
I have tried setting the certificate lookup but I am not sure if I am
doing it right. I set it within the virtualhost block in the
default-ssl.conf file through RequestHeader.
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