When you use a load balancer stay in front of your app, and use SSL Passthrough mode. You will never get real IP of client, because Load balancer works like a TCP load balancer, which means it can not add extra HTTP headers into encrypted traffic from client when it doesn’t handle SSL termination.
So if you use 1 domain or wildcard subdomains, it’s better if you use SSL Termination mode.
Disclaimer : ⚠️ You can do it, but it’s at your own risk !
Sometimes you want to accept a SSL firewall proxy or self-MITM proxy, the important step is installing its CA root certificate to your device. Because iOS apps almost use all https connections (that’s new rule).
This is the way to install and enable custom CA Root cert :
Step 1 : encode your certificate to binary-PEM (only need when you try cat [ca-cert] and see ASCII base64 characters)
openssl x509 -outform der -in [ca-cert] -out [new-ca-cert].crt
Step 2 : Transfer the root certificate to your device (can use 1 of 2 methods : uploading cert to public webserver and open link in Safari app; or share certificate file through AirDrop - between 2 Apple devices).
Tips : use ngrok as a simple tunnel webserver if you don’t have AirDrop supported PC.
Step 3 : Click Install on install profile screen
Step 4 : Enable installed certificate, go to Settings > General > About > Certificate Trust Settings, then switch On your certificate item. (You could disable it when you don’t need it)