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Redirecting to certain servers faills

Hello,
i want to set up a reverse proxy to redirect calls on my dynamic dns depending on the path. So if it is “mydyndns.com/web1” it should redirect to server “web1” and so on. I have set three ACL, based on path_beg. But whenever I enter any of the mentioned paths like “mydyndns.com/portainer” on the web browser, I always get redirected to default_backend (whatever I set it to).

Any ideas how to solve this?

global
    maxconn 300

defaults
    log     global
    mode    http
    option  httplog
    option  dontlognull
    timeout connect 5000
    timeout client  50000
    timeout server  50000

frontend http-in
    bind *:80

    acl has_portainer path_sub -i /portainer/#/auth
    acl has_grafana path_sub /grafana/
    acl has_influx  path_sub /write/

    use_backend grafana_backend if has_grafana
    use_backend portainer_backend if has_portainer
    use_backend influxdb_backend if has_influx

    default_backend grafana_backend


backend grafana_backend
    server grafana_test 192.168.0.3:3000 check

backend portainer_backend
    server portainer 192.168.0.3:9000 check

backend influxdb_backend
   server influxdb 192.168.0.3:8086 check

EDIT:
I work with docker for all components

This ACL is wrong. the ‘#’ character in HTML is an anchor, some kind of a pointer in your HTML code that your browser uses to move to this part of the page. Modern apps use it to modify the display part only.
Just give a try to this ACL: acl has_portainer path_sub -i /portainer

Note that I would not use path_sub, but path_beg instead since your matching is at the BEGinning of the path.

thanks for the reply!
I tried changing to acl has_portainer path_beg -i /portainer but there is no visible effect. I always get redirected to the default backend.
Does it have to do with my docker setup? Do I have to define the backend server with the “docker ip” or with regular local IP that I use from within my local network?