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Alexander

Hello,

 

I have just setup Guacamole in the vSphere Integrated Containers environment (docker-compatible system by VMware) and it work perfectly! Thank you for so amazing software!

 

I want to see real user IPs in Guacamole and I already setup an Nginx proxy for IP forwarding. As I understood from the docs, I also have to change the Tomcat config file to complete the configuration and finally see real IPs. What is the recommended way to change the Tomcat config in docker environment? Should I create another volume and mount it to the conf folder? Actually, would be much better to be able to enable IP forwarding through the environment variables or guacamole.properties and decrease the number of volumes I have to have in a Guacamole deployment.

 

Thank you in advance!

 

 

Best Regards,

Alexander Brayninger

System Administrator

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Topcon Positioning Systems, LLC

115114, Moscow

Derbenevskaya nab. 7/22

Phone: +7 (495) 935-7890, ex.1008

Fax: +7 (495) 935-7854

Mobile: +7 (903) 741-8657

 

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Tomcat Remote IP Valve

Alexander

Hello,

 

I have just setup Guacamole in the vSphere Integrated Containers environment (docker-compatible system by VMware) and it work perfectly! Thank you for so amazing software!

 

I want to see real user IPs in Guacamole and I already setup an Nginx proxy for IP forwarding. As I understood from the docs, I also have to change the Tomcat config file to complete the configuration and finally see real IPs. What is the recommended way to change the Tomcat config in docker environment? Should I create another volume and mount it to the conf folder? Actually, would be much better to be able to enable IP forwarding through the environment variables or guacamole.properties and decrease the number of volumes I have to have in a Guacamole deployment.

 

Thank you in advance!

 

 

Best Regards,

Alexander Brayninger

System Administrator

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Topcon Positioning Systems, LLC

115114, Moscow

Derbenevskaya nab. 7/22

Phone: +7 (495) 935-7890, ex.1008

Fax: +7 (495) 935-7854

Mobile: +7 (903) 741-8657

 

Confidentiality Notice: This message (including attachments) is a private communication solely for use of the intended recipient(s). If you are not the intended recipient(s) or believe you received this message in error, notify the sender immediately and then delete this message. Any other use, retention, dissemination or copying is prohibited and may be a violation of law, including the Electronic Communication Privacy Act of 1986.   ­­