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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39723] - Forward proxy does not work in tranparent mode
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2006 17:59:35 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From rpluem@apache.org  2006-06-05 17:59 -------
(In reply to comment #8)
> Ok, I guess that'll mean one interface for transparent proxiing another for
> normal proxiing.

Not really an interface just another port. eg. 8080 for the normal proxy and
8081 for your transparent proxy.

> 
> is there a way to share definition between the two virtualhosts ? Only the
> rewriterule will differ.

I do not think, that they look very similar. The transparent proxy host only
consist of the rewriterule, whereas the normal proxy has all the stuff within
that is needed for a forward proxy. Nevertheless, usally I share common
configuration directives between different virtual hosts by placing them in a
separate file and including them via include into both virtual hosts.

> 
> Also if I want to to self-hosted transparent proxining I need a way to recognize
> the proxy packets. (if I blindly redirect all messages to external 80 to local
> 8081 I'll end up with a loop for the proxy requests) If there a way to control
> the originating port mod_proxy will use ?

No, but I think you can fix this witin your netfilter rules. I am not sure if I
remember netfilter correctly, but if you place your redirect rule in the FORWARD
chain this should not touch the connections from your local box.

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