Guess this article was one long overdue considering how many Docker containers I run and a decent amount of those are running via reverse proxy.
Considering that I run Docker on Synology NAS, I used the built-in reverse proxy feature for years for several reasons. It was built in, it offered enough options out of the box, and I was lazy to run my separate one.
Well as it turns out, there are some solutions out there that require several features inside your reverse proxy to make them run correctly. This was the main reason why I made the switch to NGINX proxy manager.
Let's see how to run your version in parallel to your Synology NAS one.