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From Tapas Mishra <>
Subject [users@httpd] using 2 reverse proxy for one application
Date Mon, 07 Jun 2010 13:06:24 GMT
 due to some problem I have to use 2 reverse proxy to access an internal server.

Server A              Server B -----------instance 1
Public IP  
                                    | --------------instance2

On the first one that is A

ProxyPass /
ProxyPassReverse /

and the internal Server is running a server known as Zope and
application is available on 8080 on it.
To be able to redirect a request to Zope on local machine the Apache
Vhost configuration should be some thing like this

ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080/VirtualHostBase/http/localhost:80/vhm/VirtualHostRoot/application
ProxyPassReverse /

What is happening is if some one tries to reach application with
Public IP of server A
then in url at first ProxyPass is written and then on this server B
another ProxyPass is written so the
effective url on A becomes


and application is not running on A so some one from outside can not access it.
So in this situation what should I do?

If I have not been able to make myself clear then let me know.


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