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From "Houser, Rick" <>
Subject RE: do I need a custom proxy?
Date Tue, 02 Jun 2009 14:00:51 GMT
Not entirely.  You could also either use a wildcard certificate
(although IE doesn't support dots in the wildcard portion) or
exclusively support the vhosts on modern browsers running TLS.


Rick Houser
Auto-Owners Insurance
Systems Support



	From: Sam Carleton [] 
	Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 2009 9:44 AM
	Subject: Re: do I need a custom proxy?
	I did not mention that I am only interested in HTTPS, not HTTP.
It is my understanding that virtual host's don't work for HTTPS, is this
	Sorin Manolache wrote: 

		On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 14:45, Sam Carleton
<> <>  wrote:

			I do develop Apache Modules which is why I
thought to ask this question
			I run a micro ISV out of my home and I only have
one external IP address.  I
			need to have some services on Apache and others
on IIS.  How would I pull
			this off since I only have one external IP
address?  My thought is create a
			custom mod_proxy that will redirect some URL's
from the public facing Apache
			to the internal IIS.  Is this the correct
approach or is there an approach
			that does not require actual development?

		Can't you create two virtual hosts or two locations on
your apache,
		one of them handling requests and the other forwarding
them to IIS?
		Something like
		<VirtualHost *>
		<VirtualHost *>
		ProxyPass / http://internal-IP-of-IIS-server/
		and you register and as having
		the same IP address in the authoritative nameserver of
		<Location /apache>
		<Location /iis>
		ProxyPass http://internal-IP-of-IIS-server/

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