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Re: private IP web server

> On Thu, 2002-06-06 at 14:52, Mike Egglestone wrote:
> You could do this by using iptables to NAT all requests to a single
> internal machine running Squid as a reverse proxy, either configured by
> hand or perhaps using the SquidGuard redirector. That machine would then
> examine all request headers and redirect the request to different
> internal machines based on a criteria such as hostname in the URL.

I do this now and it works very well. There are problems with 
HTTPS connections though, I'm port forwarding those to a single 
machine. Do you know if it's possible for Squid to handle 
different certs for different webpages?

> Jonathan Oxer

Lance Levsen,
Systems Administrator,
PWGroup - Saskatoon

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