Two Cloudron servers on same public IP?
Hi guys. Love Cloudron to pieces. I have all of my apps on a home server and it works great, but as it's a proper server, there's very little in the way of graphics processing. I would like to make a second cloudron server for part-time use so that I can install Kopano Meet on a separate computer and use when needed, which is not very often. I have a static IP at home here and was wondering if there was any way I could accomplish what I want, or if i'm better off just installing Kopano separately. Thanks in advance for any help or advice.
@stratus41298 yes, of course, there is no problem with having two Cloudron servers in the same network/same IP. I think the "challenge" would be to have a proper reverse proxy setup that works with a single IP. Please see https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/6459/url-forwarding/ which is a similar request. You have to setup a nginx proxymanager to be able to use 2 cloudrons with the same IP.
@girish Thanks for responding so quickly! I'll need to revisit my DNS knowledge to get that up and running. Doesn't seem too crazy to do. Thanks for the link, and also for actually trying to answer Daniel's question inside your link. Too many times people say "just don't do that" or, "do this other thing instead". Drives me insane