In the previous step, we started the light-oauth2 services locally. In this section, we are going to start the light-router instance to act as a consumer proxy and host the two single-page applications as a virtual host.
After we completed the cookie code and tested it, we need to deploy the react application build to the local-openbanking folder to host it by the light-router. For each secured client application, we need to have a light-router instance to handle Internet access, so we cannot reuse the light-portal instance for the portal server anymore. We are going to start another instance on to host https://ob.lightapi.net and https://obsignin.lightapi.net and it is listening to 8443.