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From Hans Juergen von Lengerke <lenger...@sixt.de>
Subject Re: Using Apache server as rever proxy --help
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2002 07:34:27 GMT
Chien-Lung Wu <cwu4@unity.ncsu.edu> on Apr 18, 2002:

> The configuration for my test-bed is:
>
>
> 			    www.student.edu
> http request --------------->(linux) rever proxy ---->my real web server
> (http://www.student.edu)			      www1.student.cs.edu
>
> As I understand, the client (user) just have the idea of
> "www.student.edu"; but as the proxy server, the request will relay to the
> real web server -- www1.student.cs.edu. Am I right?

Yes, thats right.

> And how can I configure  Apache server to approach this request?
> Can any point out the Linux/apache rever proxy for me? Thanks.

You want these directives:

    ProxyPass         /  http://www1.student.cs.edu/
    ProxyPassReverse  /  http://www1.student.cs.edu/

Check out http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_proxy.html


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