My confusion is, that if most dockers come with Nginx, isn’t there conflicts?
I’m new, but I’m using your pretty awesome letsencrypt docker and want to keep using it. I want your letsencrypt in front of any application that will use 443, and 80. I’m not sure if 22 is involved with letsencrypt typically, but I do need ssh.
letsencrypt (comes with Nginx)
–> gitea (comes with Nginx)
–> syncthing (comes with Nginx)
I’ve read that I can use named networks in docker instead of the default bridge, but if they all share the same ports I’m thinking each app should NOT have a sshd or nginx so I should remove/disable them and use redirects through letsencrypt’s nginx/php… I think :-/. So, a “webserver” network that forwards to a “application” network (or forwards to individual ones like “gitea”, “syncthing”, etc.). But if there is only 1 sshd, where should I put it?
I’m sorry, I’m just new to this and the general container approach :-(.