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From David Smith <d...@cornell.edu>
Subject Re: Pound reverse proxy with Tomcat
Date Mon, 22 Aug 2005 19:52:38 GMT
Try inserting proxyPort and proxyName attributes into your connector. 

proxyPort is obvious -- the port number of the publicly available site. 
proxyName is the site DNS name or IP address of the publicly available
site. 

These attributes are used by tomcat to compose links in pages and 300
series redirect URLs.

--David

HHidvegi@apgconsulting.com.ar wrote:

>Hi, does anyone know how to connect a Pound Reverse Proxy with Tomcat?
>My scenario is:
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>A user types https://xxxx:443/aplication   in the browser 
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>then the reverse proxy Pound translate it to http://xxx:8080/aplication
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>the problem is the return, doesn't work.
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>thanks in advance
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College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
Cornell University
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