Blocking all the URL except 1

Hi

We have a Nginx Box which acts as a reverse proxy to backend
applications.

We only want to allow traffic on http://example.com which internally
redirects to specific application. Other then that, every other URI
should
be blocked.

For example :-

example.com Allowed
example.com/test Blocked
example.com/login Blocked

How can I achieve this ?

Any help will be appreciated.

Hi,

On Fri, Jun 24, 2016, at 01:47, Zeal Vora wrote:

For example :-

example.com Allowed
example.com/test Blocked
example.com/login Blocked

How can I achieve this ?

does this work?

location = / {
return 302 https://…
}

location / {
return 404;
}

Thanks. The above lined helped. However one more doubt. I want NGINX to
return 200 whenever some one goes to /nature , so I wrote above
configuration, however when some one goes to /nature , NGINX gives it
404
instead of 200. Here is my configuration :-

server {
location = /nature {
return 200;
}
}

server {
listen 80;
server_name example.com;

location = / {
     proxy_pass http://app:server;
}

location / {
     return 404;
 }

}

Why do you have that in a separate server block?

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