a project


Issues an HTTP redirect to the client.

This directive implies that a matched request is to be rejected as-is, and the client should try again at a different URL. For that reason, its directive order is very early.


redir [<matcher>] <to> [<code>]
  • <to> is the target location. Becomes the response's Location header .

  • <code> is the HTTP status code to use for the redirect. Can be:

    • A positive integer in the 3xx range, or 401

    • temporary for a temporary redirect (302, this is the default)

    • permanent for a permanent redirect (301)

    • html to use an HTML document to perform the redirect (useful for redirecting browsers but not API clients)

    • A placeholder with a status code value


Redirect all requests to {

Same, but preserve the existing URI by appending the {uri} placeholder: {

Same, but permanent: {
	redir{uri} permanent

Redirect your old /about-us page to your new /about page: {
	redir /about-us /about
	reverse_proxy localhost:9000