Some services will expect a specific domain when internal web requests are received. In the example below the Pritunl Zero server is running on
service.pritunl.com and is routing requests to the internal service on
software.pritunl.com. Web requests sent to this internal service will have the host header set to
service.pritunl.com. If the internal service expects the
software.pritunl.com domain these requests will fail.
This can be fixed by setting the Host field in the External Domains. This will overwrite the host sent to the internal service to match the expected domain.
More error information from web requests can be found by by clicking Developer tools under the More tools menu in Chrome. The Network and Console tab can provide additional information about errors.
Updated over 1 year ago