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Danny Bessems 3 years ago
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@ -10,41 +10,41 @@ Forward Authentication for use with proxies (caddy, nginx, traefik, etc)
- Create a new website (within any php-capable webserver) and make sure that the documentroot points to the `public` folder
- Check if you are able to browse to `https://<fqdn>/lucidAuth.login.php` (where `<fqdn>` is the actual domain -or IP address- your webserver is listening on)
- Edit your proxy's configuration to use the new website as forward proxy:
- #### ~~in Caddy/nginx~~ <small>(planned for a later stage)</small>
#### ~~in Caddy/nginx~~ <small>(planned for a later stage)</small>
- #### in Traefik
#### in Traefik
Add the following lines (change to reflect your existing configuration):
##### 1.7
##### 1.7
```
[frontends.server1]
entrypoints = ["https"]
backend = "server1"
[frontends.server1.auth.forward]
address = "https://<fqdn>/lucidAuth.validateRequest.php"
[frontends.server1.routes]
[frontends.server1.routes.ext]
rule = "Host:<fqdn>"
entrypoints = ["https"]
backend = "server1"
[frontends.server1.auth.forward]
address = "https://<fqdn>/lucidAuth.validateRequest.php"
[frontends.server1.routes]
[frontends.server1.routes.ext]
rule = "Host:<fqdn>"
```
##### 2.0
##### 2.0
Either whitelist IP's which should be trusted to send `HTTP_X-Forwarded-*` headers, ór enable insecure-mode in your static configuration:
```
entryPoints:
https:
address: :443
forwardedHeaders:
trustedIPs:
- "127.0.0.1/32"
- "192.168.1.0/24"
# insecure: true
https:
address: :443
forwardedHeaders:
trustedIPs:
- "127.0.0.1/32"
- "192.168.1.0/24"
# insecure: true
```
Define a middleware that tells Traefik to forward requests for authentication in your dynamic file provider:
```
https:
middlewares:
ldap-authentication:
forwardAuth:
address: "https://<fqdn>/lucidAuth.validateRequest.php"
trustForwardHeader: true
middlewares:
ldap-authentication:
forwardAuth:
address: "https://<fqdn>/lucidAuth.validateRequest.php"
trustForwardHeader: true
```
And finally add the new middleware to your service (different methods; this depends on your configuration):
```
@ -52,9 +52,9 @@ Forward Authentication for use with proxies (caddy, nginx, traefik, etc)
traefik.http.routers.router1.middlewares: "ldap-authentication@file"
# as yaml (when using file provider)
routers:
router1:
middlewares:
- "ldap-authentication"
router1:
middlewares:
- "ldap-authentication"
```
- #### Important!

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