In order to enable HTTPS, the
HTTPS_KEYFILE environment variables must be set. During development, this may be set to the self-signed certificate that comes with the repository:
$ export HTTPS_CERTFILE=cert/selfsigned.pem $ export HTTPS_KEYFILE=cert/selfsigned_key.pem $ mix phx.server
WARNING: only use the generated certificate for testing in a closed network environment, such as running a development RIG instance on localhost. For production, staging, or testing on the public internet, obtain a proper certificate, for example from Let’s Encrypt.
For production you should use proper HTTPS certificates instead (for that reason the Docker image comes without certificates).
- Create your own certificate
- Store it on your machine
- Run the docker image by mounting the files as shown here:
$ docker run \ -v "$(pwd)"/cert/own-certificate.pem:/cert/own-certificate.pem \ -e HTTPS_CERTFILE=/cert/own-certificate.pem \ -v "$(pwd)"/cert/own-certificate_key.pem:/cert/own-certificate_key.pem \ -e HTTPS_KEYFILE=/cert/own-certificate_key.pem \ -p 4000:4000 -p 4010:4010 \ -p 4001:4001 -p 4011:4011 \ accenture/reactive-interaction-gateway
Refer to the RIG operator guide to learn more about available configuration options.