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From Glen Mazza <>
Subject Re: Reverse proxy issue?
Date Mon, 30 Jun 2014 16:47:50 GMT
Unsure, but the Roller server administration settings page (not the 
per-blog settings page) has a field to enter the desired root URL for 
your blog server, you probably will need to populate it if you're using 
a proxy server, I needed to when switching my blog to https:// at least.

Also, consider upgrading to 5.0.4 if you can, as it fixes a few security 
matters in libraries that Roller uses.


On 06/30/2014 06:24 AM, Parsons, Chris wrote:
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> I have managed to get Roller set up working behind a reverse proxy, and can navigate
the content, but get a 404 when I try to access the login link?
> The URL being called is
> which is correct but comes back with "There is no Action mapped for action name login-redirect"
> If I remove the element being reverse proxied ('') and substitute
the internal URL it is fine so it looks like the redirect is causing the issue?
> Can anyone give me any advice?
> The reverse proxy is being done by our Apache web server (2.2.25)
> Thanks
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