On Thu, 29 Oct 2015 01:17:58 -0700 (PDT)
Péricé Robin <perice.ro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > I want (if possible) to use git behind a nginx reverse proxy.
> > > This is my configuration.
> > > I have 2 virtual machines. The first one host Nginx and the
> > > second host my Git repositories. I can access to git repositories
> > > usig Git VM dynamic ip (84.39.XX.XX), but it would be awesome if
> > > I can do *git clone* (etc ...) on* scm.domain.fr* instead of the
> > > dynamic-ip (of course I need this because I don't want everybody
> > > to know my Git VM ip...).
> > >
> > > Is this possible with a Nginx reverse-proxy ?
> > What protocol are you using when doing `git clone` from your Git
> > VM?
> I want to use ssh protocole.
Then the "stream proxy" module  appears to be the thing you want to
look at: it allows proxying of arbitrary TCP traffic, so basically you'd
want to set it up so that it proxies connections to 22/TCP to your VM.
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