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secondhandman 05-07-2012 08:18 AM

Reverse Proxy/no top level domain name!
 
Hey guy!

I'm setting up a Ubuntu LAMP server and need to use a reverse proxy for windows hosts on the network. I have no top level domain name and want to connect by ip addresses.

One public ip address to serve multiple internal servers. How does this work?

I looked at a nice few tutorials but am not sure what I'm doing wrong. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!!

EricTRA 05-09-2012 01:49 AM

Hello,

You've marked your thread as solved. Did you find a working solution to your problem? If so, would you mind sharing with the community what helped you get it fixed so that others in a similar situation can see if it works for them too? Thanks in advance. Off the Zero Reply List.

Kind regards,

Eric

secondhandman 05-09-2012 10:19 PM

I found where the configurations had to be made: etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default. I think older versions of Apache had to be configured in httpd.conf, but this is no longer the case (not sure!). I also had trouble configuring it correctly.. I'm still not 100% done, but the reverse proxy is working. As for the domains, I just wrote ip addresses in the conf file as opposed to domain names.. right now it only works for one server, not sure how to add names, example: 192.168.0.1/example

I'm not near the machine now, so I can't show the conf file at the moment.

Not 100% solved I guess!

EricTRA 05-10-2012 04:48 AM

Hi,

Ok, thanks for the update. Let us know where you need additional help, if related put it in this thread or start a new thread.

Kind regards,

Eric


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