I have a small home server behind my Fritzbox on which various applications run as Docker images. To reach them from the Internet, I set up Apache subdomains, got a LetsEncrypt Cert for each of them and use the Apache Reverse Proxy function to securely forward requests from the Internet via https. Everything works and has been problem-free for many months.
Now I want to monitor this server with OMD (Check_MK). The installation works locally without any problems, I set up an OMD domain and allow access via the URL http://127.0.0.1:5000/meinOMD/
to. Works locally without problems. Now to the reverse proxy for the configuration. Setting up the subdomain, certificate, redirection for http to https - all no rocket science thanks to the Debian packages.
It starts with the configuration of the reverse proxy and I can’t do it. It currently looks like this (only the relevant lines …)
I got myself together from my other configurations …
Now I call the instance from the Internet with https: //omdsubdomian.FQDN and - as I expected - I also get the user / password query for OMD. If I have entered this then I will not be forwarded to the start page but it will appear
https: //omdsubdomain.FQDN/check_mk/logi … t = index.py
The requested URL was not found on this server.
At this point I am not able to get any information from the Apache debug log. What can be wrong here?