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From "Steve Brownlee" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Proxy to IIS problems
Date Tue, 18 Jul 2006 14:18:29 GMT
I've searched for days for answers to this problem and tried every
offered solution I found on blogs, mailing lists and forums, but still
having problems.  I was hoping a direct request might turn up better
answers from smarter minds.

I have a Win2k3 Server setup with JBoss, Apache and IIS.  I'm attempting
to get Apache to act as a proxy to IIS.  I've made some headway, but in
the end, I still end up with a 400 response from Apache.  Here's what
I've done to date.

1.  Disabled socket pooling on IIS and used httpcfg to tell it to listen
only to and

2.  Added a virtual host to Apache to forward requests with the header
"" to

3.  Configured my web site to accept requests only to,
port 80, with header ""

Now, with the web site stopped, I get a "502 Bad Gateway"
response from Apache - like I would expect.  However, once I start the
IIS website to accept the request, I get the "400 Bad Request" response. - - [18/Jul/2006:10:09:52 -0400] "GET / HTTP/1.1"
400 39 

The steps I followed is the culmination of all the information I could
find on the Internet.  If I'm missing something critical, or have left a
step out, or need to do something additional, please offer any advise
you can as I totally bamboozled at this point.

Thanks in advance,

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