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Old 08-15-2005, 11:10 AM   #1
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Apache mod_proxy Proxy Pass

Here's my situation:
If have only one public IP address.
Internally I have three Apache servers running.
Right now I have my firewall route port 80 to my webserver.
I also have a mailserver running secure webmail on it, so I foward port 443 to it.
My problem is now I want to be able to do ssl on my third websever.
What I want to due is route port 443 to my third webserver and pass all mail requests to my mailserver.

I'm using Apache2 and have mod_proxy installed. I've put in /etc/hosts

I'm not sure if httpd.conf and ssl.conf are right so I've supplied them. Any help would be appreciated.

httpd.conf (if I put I get overlapping error)
ProxyPass / https://mail.mydomain:443/
ProxyPassReverse /

DocumentRoot "/domain/mydomain/htdocs/"
ErrorLog /domain/mydomain/logs/ssl_error_log
TransferLog /domain/mydomain/logs/ssl_access_log

It all works fine internally but ssl.mydomain is not passing to mail.mydomain


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