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From "Joshua Slive" <jos...@slive.ca>
Subject RE: Apache http server as a FRONT END for IIS
Date Mon, 11 Feb 2002 20:18:38 GMT

> From: Bau, Flavien [mailto:fbau@us.infogrames.com]

>
> We have a web server running IIS to serve Outlook Web Access
> requests which
> give you the availability to read your emails stored an Exchange
> server with
> a browser.
>
> I don't want this IIS server to be visible from internet (because security
> with Microsoft product is laughable). I want to configure an apache
> server/Linux to be a front end to my IIS server.
>
> Which directive should I use to ask my apache server to redirect specific
> URLs to the IIS server and also all requests incoming to ports
> 443 (https).
> I tried ProxyRemote, but didn't get it to work... :(

You need to use "ProxyPass" and "ProxyPassReverse".  A web search for
"reverse proxy" should turn up some details.

Joshua.


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