Unable To Connect With Https On EC2 With Docker-compose

I am unable to connect to my site via https though using http its working. I used docker compose and build it on the ec2 machine. So in simple way i am not uploading any image to ecs/ecr, but pushing code to github and pulling to ec2 instance. Then i run it as i do locally. Every thing work fine except that i am unable to access it via https. On aws , i have take following steps to configure https

  1. Create certificate via AWS certificate manager and verify it via DNS Create load balance
  2. Create new SG group having inbound rule for both http and https and source everywhere (
  3. Create a target group with http and connect it to my instance
  4. Add https listener and Select certificate from ACM for https listener
  5. check target group health and there is no issue
  6. Through my domain , ip, DNS name of load balance i can access website but not with https

Now i am not sure, where did i made the mistake, is the issue on docker site or on load balancer site. Though in terminal of EC2, i can see "ELB-HealthChecker/2.0" which mean the issue is not with ELB. It is with docker. This is the docker-compose file i used

version: '3'

  django_app: #can be any name, this name should match in default conf
      - static_vol:/app/sub_app/static
      - media_vol:/app/sub_app/media
      - .env
      context: .
      - "8000:8000"
    build: ./nginx
      - static_vol:/app/sub_app/static
      - media_vol:/app/sub_app/media
      - "80:80"
      - django_app


Now I have no clue where the things went wrong. Looking for help

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As i am using nginx, may be there is some issue. Here is default.conf file

upstream django {
    server django_app:8000;

server {
    listen 80;

    location / {
        proxy_pass http://django;

    location /static/ {
        alias /app/sub_app/static/;

    location /media/ {
        alias /app/sub_app/media/;


You need to configure the HTTPS listener on the load balancer to forward to port 80 on the target server. You shouldn't be opening port 443 in the docker-compose file, because you don't have an SSL certificate installed in the Nginx container. The SSL certificate you created is served by the load balancer, not Nginx.