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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Haproxy for SSH name based proxying

I have a host machine with several lxc containers. I am trying to give ssh access to containers directly based on domain names. For this I have tried setting up HAProxy. Could achieve this easily with ...
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Reverse Proxy to a URL

I have a Ubuntu 12.04.3 server set up acting as DNS server (BIND9), web server (Apache2) and a reverse proxy server (haproxy). My goal is to have haproxy redirect to some of the other servers on the ...
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Port forwarding spotty through Arris TG862G/CT

I am set up with Xfinity using an Arris TG862G/CT as our modem/router device. I have set up port forwarding through the router and it mostly works except for two problems. Reverse proxies with ...
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Redirecting WEB traffic from one url to another in Tomcat

How to forward a website running on example.com:8181(Tomcat Service) to myapp.example.com(In IIS) subdomain which is running on IIS 7 . If you could outline the specific steps I need to take I'd ...
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Reverse Proxy which allows connection limiting?

I'm looking for a reverse proxy which has a special feature: it must support configuring the maximum number of connections (to 1). The reason is that I have a legacy application which gets stuck if a ...
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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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Configuring Reverse SSL to SSL Proxy (preferably using Squid or Apache)

I have been trying to get a reverse proxy up and running for the past few hours for an application that now needs to be accessed publicly. For security and provider-that-blocks-port-80 issues, the ...
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Play! Framework: Apache mod_proxy occasionally delivers Proxy Error

The backend is a Play! Framework application. Proxy Error The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server. The proxy server could not handle the request GET ...
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Software to proxy socket connections across a TTY-like link

I'm looking for some software that can perform remote forwarding of socket connections across a TTY-style link. I have two machines, A and B. I have admin privileges on A, but not B, but on machine ...
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Using Apache as a reverse proxy for gitlab omnibus

I'm using GitLab Omnibus on a CentOS6.5 server. The gitlab nginx server listen on the 6543 port (Apache already using 80 and 443). I want to use Apache as a reverse proxy to access GitLab with that ...
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Don't reverse-proxy robots.txt

I do not want to reverse-proxy robots.txt. How would I use a RewriteRule to redirect any request to the same robots.txt? For example, I want the RewriteRule to do this: ...
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Check local hosts file (Win7) and proxy.pac

I have two groups of computers at the school: 1) computer lab, and 2) anywhere else. These are all Windows 7 machines. Up to now, I've had two versions of the Window's hosts file depending on which ...
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Allow internet access to intranet only users using Nginx on Ubuntu

I need to allow some users who only have access to the intranet to access one specific internet site. I'm doing this by using Nginx as a reverse proxy. To test this, I would like to block all internet ...
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Port Routing/DNS for individual program

Problem: Flickr has closed its http api leaving an https only api. My favourite uploader is no longer maintained, so this change broke it. My current solution to this is to set up a reverse proxy ...
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Apache proxy: Why is one vhost returning Forbidden while the other one works?

I have a Java application that needs to talk to another intranet website using HTTPS in both directions. After fighting with Java's SSL implementations for some time, I gave up on that, and have now ...
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nginx pass filetype to backend server

I am trying to setup nginx to handle file uploads and pass the file information on to a backend server once done. I came across a post at https://coderwall.com/p/swgfvw that shows how to do this and I ...
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Apache configuration with proxy and location

I want to map these domains to these ports. How can I do it? http://test1.example.com/phpmyadmin/ example.com:80/phpmyadmin/ http://test1.example.com/app1/ example.com:8080/app1/ ...
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Varnish not caching

I am running a web server on my rasberryPi and just managed to install varnish with this tutorial http://www.weedpi.com/how-to/install-va ... pberry-pi/ I went to this site ...
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Loop requests/data through IIS

I have a server running IIS on port 80 and lotus domino http server on some other port, let's say 85. Is there a way that upon all requests coming into IIS regarding any uri of the form ...
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Set up Squid as a reverse proxy with URL rules

I have read wiki, looked through many examples, googled, etc. I would like to use Squid in dev environments to replicate part of the functionality provided by AKAMAI so that we can test in our local ...
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MSExchange through reverse proxy?

I've been interested in using MSExchange for email. I have a personal website that I'd like to have emails go to from the domain. However, on the website's domain, I have a reverse proxy installed as ...
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remote access to NAS services on subdomains

I've got a NAS that serves multiple services through multiple ports. System administration goes through 8080, bittorrent goes through port 9000, etc. When I'm a t home, I'd type the server's IP and ...