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RE: incoming request proxying

There's also another package called squidGuard which does it well. The
only issue with it is that it doesn't support webdav very well, (ie,
Outlook Web Access 2000) I do have a perl script for doing reverse
proxying with support for webdav, message me off list if you would like
a copy of it.

Daniel Hooper
Systems Administrator
Emerge Technologies Pty Ltd

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Janssen [mailto:maniac@maniac.nl] 
Sent: Tuesday, 12 November 2002 8:24 PM
To: Paul Johnson
Cc: debian-isp List
Subject: Re: incoming request proxying

On Tue, 2002-11-12 at 12:09, Paul Johnson wrote:
> Is there a way to make either Apache or Squid (preferrably Squid, but
> I can go either way here) proxy requests from the outside world to
> machines that are inside a network inaccessable to the outside world?
> Like, say, requests to /whatever go to host/whatever, where host is
> unreachable outside.

This is called reverse-proxying, and is possible with the
apache-proxying module. You should be able to find all documentation on
the apache website (http://httpd.apache.org/docs)

I've had this working a long time ago on some company servers, but I
can't access those at the moment to copy/paste the correct rules to you.

Mark Janssen -- maniac(at)maniac.nl -- GnuPG Key Id: 357D2178
Unix / Linux, Open-Source and Internet Consultant @ SyConOS IT
Maniac.nl Unix-God.Net|Org MarkJanssen.org|nl SyConOS.com|nl

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