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Using Caddy 2 as Reverse Proxy

Should you experience problems with Caddy, we recommend that you ask the Caddy community for advice, as we cannot provide support for third-party software and services.

WebSocket proxying automatically works in Caddy 2. There is no need to enable this as necessary for Caddy 1, Apache, and NGINX. In addition, Caddy 2 may automatically create and update Let's Encrypt HTTPS certificates.

Example {
    reverse_proxy photoprism:2342

Please refer to the official documentation for further details.

Why Use a Proxy?

If you install PhotoPrism on a public server outside your home network, always run it behind a secure HTTPS reverse proxy. Your files and passwords will otherwise be transmitted in clear text and can be intercepted by anyone, including your provider, hackers, and governments. Backup tools and file sync apps may refuse to connect as well.

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