I’m currently developing a simple gRPC mock server that listens on the same port for both HTTP requests and gRPC (HTTP/2). The solution is not configured with TLS and is very similar to the one here.
This for local environment, works perfectly (for both the HTTP server and gRPC server). They are both accessible through localhost:8080. However, for productive environments we are using a reverse proxy approach, using HAProxy, and the service is then accessible via a non root path.
Which to me, it seems very similar to this post. So the question is, is this still not possible to be done?
Is routing traffic via subdomains still the only possible solution?
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