I am using a dockerized version of Crowd which is sitting behind a Traefik reverse proxy.
Everything works fine except for one thing: I have a third party application that uses Crowd for identity management and I have added it as an application and added the external IP address of the third party application in the Remote Addresses tab.
However, Crowd blocks the authentication requests with this message:
> INFO [crowd.manager.validation.ClientValidationManagerImpl] Client with address '172.25.0.4' is forbidden from making requests to application 'x x x'
172.25.0.4 is the IP address of the reverse proxy in the internal Docker network.
What changes do I have to make so that Crowd is able to know the original IP address? Is there a header that Traefik should set or something similar?
Sounds like it's missing the X-Forwarded-For header. In nginx, we'd set it like this:
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
Traefik is new territory for me however! I see mention about Forwarded headers needing to have a trusted IP but am not completely sure that's what needs to happen in this situation. That's the path I'm headed down learning more about - just wanted to mention this in advance in case you might already have some knowledge in that area. If not, I will hopefully have some more info for you soon.
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