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Old 07-21-2008, 02:33 AM   #1
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Unhappy Reverse Proxy server issue


hi
i m trying to set up a reverse proxy server
my main server has ip :- xxx.xx.xxx.42
my reverse proxy server has ip :- xxx.xx.xxx.172

the thing if i access xxx.xx.xxx.172 then it should redirect to xxx.xx.xxx.42.

i did the changes the httpd.conf file of xxx.xx.xxx.172 & its getting redirected but its asking for authentication twice i.e once on xxx.xx.xxx.172 & xxx.xx.xxx.42.

ideally it should ask it just once for xxx.xx.xxx.42


so wht changes needs to be done.
 
  


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