Right now ive got an ES cluster, and I would like it to use SSL for
security reasons (nodes located across the internet from one another,
remote api requests) . I have considered using nginx as a reverse proxy (I
would also like to do HTTP basic auth) - But im not quite sure how that
would work. I think this may be nontrivial as I cant just set network.host
to localhost and then put an ssl proxy from https:whatever:9200 to
http:localhost:9200, can I? As I think that will break the clustering?
Has anyone done such a thing? I see its possible for single node instances,
but what about clusters? - Or am I confused, and the 9200 is only the
remote API and it only uses 9300-9400 for clustering?
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