docker labels for traefik reverse proxy multiple ports in a single container with different domain names
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|--label "traefik.enable=true" \|
|--label "traefik.protocol=http" \|
|--label "traefik.first.port=80" \|
|--label "traefik.first.frontend.rule=Host:web1.example.com" \|
|--label "traefik.second.port=8080" \|
|--label "traefik.second.frontend.rule=Host:web2.example.com" \|
|Above labels will allow us to forward web1.example.com to docker container port 80 and web2.example.com to same container's port 8080|
|Please note that this labels are valid for traefik v1. v2 has different labels|
Oct 24, 2021
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If you see on the dashboard a router Traefik did create itself.
ACME resolver by http (