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From "Covington, Chris" <ccoving...@plusone.com>
Subject [users@httpd] RE: Reverse Proxy Help?
Date Tue, 14 Dec 2004 23:32:31 GMT
Ola,

Copy the Apache list for this.

You can test ReverseProxy out by trying to connect to your Apache server
on your local network to run Outlook Web Access before you change the
settings on the router.  IE you type
https://olasapacheserver.olasdomain.com/exchange instead of
https://olasexchangeserver.olasdomain.com/exchange

You need to change the httpd.conf configuration I gave you to use the
name or the IP address of the exchange server in the URLs like:

ProxyPass /exchange https://olasexchangeserver.olasdomain.com/exchange
or
ProxyPass /exchange https://10.10.1.20/exchange

Also make sure that https works on your exchange server.  What do people
type in now to get to the Exchange server's OWA?  That's what you type
in the http:// or https:// lines after ProxyPass.  Set up https on
Apache and IIS (the Exchange server) so that it will be secure.  Just do
a google search for how to make your own certificate and install it on
these machines.  You can do this with the Microsoft Certificate
Authority also (it's an option in Windows 2000/2003 setup).

Chris
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Ola A. Ogunneye [mailto:ola@tim-limited.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2004 3:30 PM
To: Covington, Chris
Cc: malth@umich.edu
Subject: Reverse Proxy Help?

Hello sir,

I know you directed me to the following link:

http://www-personal.umich.edu/~malth/gaptuning/apache/

I want to do this without messing anything up. So could you please let
me know if I am thinking right?

I have a DSL NAT Router which links me to the internet.

Machine 1 - Apache Webserver   -    IP address 10.10.1.20

Machine 2 - MS Exchange Server -    IP address 10.10.1.25

My router has the following mapping

www - Http  Port 80    10.10.1.20
smtp		Port 25    10.10.1.25
Pop3        Port 110   10.10.1.25 

Knowing that OWA on Machine Number 2 is by default coming out of Port
80, are you saying that if I included the following in httpd.conf on
Machine 1, then I am okay? 

And secondly, I do not have SSL.CONF Is this something I should have
had?


 ProxyPreserveHost On

#OWA
ProxyPass /exchange https://exchangserver.example.com/exchange
ProxyPassReverse /exchange https://exchangeserver.example.com/exchange
ProxyPass /Exchange https://exchangeserver.example.com/exchange
ProxyPassReverse /Exchange https://exchangeserver.example.com/exchange
ProxyPass /exchweb https://exchangeserver.example.com/exchweb
ProxyPassReverse /exchweb https://exchangeserver.example.com/exchweb
ProxyPass /public https://exchangeserver.example.com/public
ProxyPassReverse /public https://exchangeserver.example.com/public
ProxyPass /iisadmpwd https://exchangeserver.example.com/iisadmpwd
ProxyPassReverse /iisadmpwd https://exchangeserver.example.com/iisadmpwd

#OMA
ProxyPass /oma https://exchangeserver.example.com/oma
ProxyPassReverse /oma https://exchangeserver.example.com/oma
 


Thanks you in advance.

Ola     	  

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