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Hi! I Have A Question Regarding Standalone Server Deployment Configuration. I Can Only Use Ports 80/443 On This Server, And I Don'T Have Access To Subdomain Setup. So I Came Up With This Setup:

Hi! I have a question regarding standalone server deployment configuration. I can only use ports 80/443 on this server, and i don't have access to subdomain setup. So i came up with this setup:
api { web_server: api_server: files_server: credentials {"access_key"=LOGIN "secret_key"=PASSWORD }where LOGIN and PASSWORD are credentials from Web Login Authentication; is this setup acceptable, or it has security issues? Thanks!

  
  
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Hi UnevenHorse85 , this is perfectly acceptable 🙂 - you're basically using the internal reverse proxy that redirects internally to the appropriate services

  
  
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