Users, particularly Windows users, may need to provide some additional networking configuration to their apps if they are sitting behind a proxy. A tell tale sign that you require this sort of configuration is connection issues. Here is an example of what such an issue looks like...
Creating test_appserver_1 ... done % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --:--:-- 0:00:20 --:--:-- 0 curl: (7) Failed to connect to raw.githubusercontent.com port 443: Connection refused error: Error: 7
If you think you may be in this situation there is a Lando driven mechanism you can use to help alleviate the issue as well as various Docker level mechanisms you can read about below.
Lando will read in any properly formatted
.env file that you have in your app's root directory and inject those variables into every container/service you have running. This allows you to set faux-global proxy settings for your app. Below is an example of the things you would want to set in your
.env file. You do not need to define both although that is preferred.
It is also a good practice to
.env file so you can set
proxy settings that are relevant to you without forcing those settings on other users and environments.
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