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I have a requirement to place a reverse proxy server and convert all internet traffic HTTP requests to HTTPS and forward it to the Web server in the DMZ. Is this possible to do using proxy servers available in the market? Who is the vendor and any issues in deploying such a configuration?
I don't know about proxy servers that are out on the market but couldn't you build your own proxy server with say, eh, your favorite Linux distro to do this job ? Might be less hassle in try to find a prebuilt one that could do this for you.
aigartua, that sounds like a good idea, but doesnt ssl slow down the process, so doing that on pages taht might not need it would be wasteful, maybe not too noticeable but im not sure, a better solution would be to forward on the ages requred to https:// instead of all requests. but the proxy server part im not sure about either