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From Matthew Hannigan <...@zip.com.au>
Subject which proxy (mod_jk,jk2,webapp etc. (was Re: How to use Port 80?)
Date Sun, 22 Sep 2002 13:52:39 GMT

You can also use Apache's standard mod_proxy, but this
forward all traffic to tomcat.

Does anyone have an overview of what the pros and cons
of each of these possibilties?

I'm looking for ease of setup, features, stability,
is it currently being maintained, improved etc.

Regards,



Ben Walding wrote:
> You can set up a port forward / filter such that traffic that comes in 
> on port 80 gets filtered through to port 8080
> 
> The other options is to use Apache out the front on port 80 and then 
> mod_jk / jk2 / mod_webapp to connect tomcat into apache.
> 
> I can't recommend one or the other for these as I don't run in either 
> configuration.
> 
> 
> It's all a big game!
> 
> Ben
> 


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