In computer networks, a reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that retrieves resources on behalf of a client from one or more servers. These resources are then returned to the client through the reverse proxy as though they originated from the server itself.

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How can I know if the website I am accessing is behind a reverse proxy?

A reverse proxy hides the existence of the origin server. How can I therefore tell if a web site is behind a reverse proxy? If I ping a website located behind a reverse proxy I will get the IP of ...
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Without NAT on IPv6, and only one DNS name, how do i talk to my servers?

Right now we own one domain name (e.g. superfault.com). From the internet i can connect to a variety of networked devices using that single DNS name: superfault.com ...
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Nginx Reverse Proxy Apache Benefits

Can anyone explain why putting up nginx and reverse proxying Apache is faster than just plain Apache? I've already moved all my static files to s3 (I heard nginx is better at handling static files), ...
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Ssh: Windows host tunnel through a middle linux server to another linux host with limited ports

Addendum: I've seen question "Windows HTTP tunnel through 2 Linux hosts?" and trying to learn something about the answers. I learned. I will start giving my problem, and then talking a little ...
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How to access guest server from the web

Ok, here's what I want to do: I want to connect to a webserver running on a virtual machine. I have an Apache webserver running on my host machine: Windows Vista, which can be accessed from the web. ...