Originally Posted by cbtshare
Does anyone have experience in this setup?
I have setup in production a haproxy solution using TCP on 443 requests and HTTP on port 80 the only issue is that the ip for 443 are all the haproxy server and not the user (aka option forwardfor)... This was only a fast fix due to the emergency need for load balancing of apache due to very high requests on one of our web servers.
I am currently setting up a test environment to use apache mod-proxy to receive the port 443 requests and do all the needed ssl stuff and than forward it to haproxy on say port 444 so it can do a HTTP and use option forwardfor so I can log the ip of the clients correctly.
If this does not work I will be trying the stunnel with the haproxy mod.
I will keep this thread updated with my outcome.