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From Kresimir Peharda <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] RE [users@httpd] ProxyPass/ProxyPassReverse switch from http to https on redirect? (Apache 2.2.0)
Date Mon, 13 Feb 2006 11:16:19 GMT
--- wrote:

> Where in your config should come the https from ?
> If you want a secure communication to the backend than make a virtual host on
> Port 80 for the frontend, rewrite than all incoming requests from the second
> virtual host which is listening on Port 443 of your frontend server and put
> there (in the 443 Virtuel Host Config )your ProxyPass Lines. 
> bye
> Oliver

Hi Oliver,

 thanks for the offered help, but either I don't understand your answer, or
maybe I did not illustrate my problem good enough. Let me try again.

It goes like this (fe - fronted, be - backend):


Now, the last response from the backend indicates that the browsers next
request should go to the https port, however, ProxyPassReverse translates it to
http instead to https. Even if I try: ProxyPassReverse https:/fe/b-end/

What am I missing here?


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