This repository contains the files used by the h2o reverse proxy for http2bin.org.
How To Use
To get started, build the h2o Docker image from the Dockerfile contained in this repository. Then, link it to another running docker container that is exposing a web service on port 8000, giving that link the alias
server. h2o should immediately begin serving on ports 80 and 443. You may build a httpbin image from the Dockerfile in the
httpbin folder to create an image configured with the default settings.
If you want to use a non-self-signed SSL cert, replace
server.key with your chosen certificates before you build the docker image or volume mount them into the running container. A
docker-compose.yml file is provided to help with this process.