Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Using Apache2 as a reverse proxy

It was years since I'd done this, and I'd forgotten everything about it but niq's article gets it all across nice and concise.


Pietro Cappello said...

You can use Apache2's mod_proxy directives to enable apache to redirect incoming requests from the outside world to differnent ip's in your internal network. This feature gives you the ability to use apache as a traffic flow manager. You might need to employ this if you need load balancing or perhaps you want to split an external ip to various resouces on your network. Many of the resources online cover what you need to do in apache but dont generally touch on what ... Read more...

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