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 to make a local web server visible from the internet *without* setting up port forwarding on the router?

I develop websites on my (high-end) laptop, and I work from a variety of physical locations. I would like to save the hassle of constantly synchronizing with an externally visible web server in order ...
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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. ...
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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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Make nginx reverse proxy 302 redirect to a URI sub-folder instead of root

I have a web server on my LAN with the URL https://10.0.0.22 and I am trying to access it from the internet through an nginx reverse proxy with a URL like https://domain.com/my/web/app. The ...