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  1. #1

    Http forwarding to another internal IP

    Hi all,

    I've a physical server (Centos 5.4) running several virtual servers (Xen)
    My quest is regarding 2 of the servers:
    Server1(Virtual):IP: - Centos 5.4 with ISPConfig (not yet installed, though)
    Server2Virtual):IP: Ubuntu 9.04 with Apache, Drupal etc

    How do i most effiently serve 1 or more web pages on Server2 via Server1 which receives all the request for port 80 behind the router?
    I want to avoid installing ISPconfig on Server2 which my friend is gonna be administering.

    I've been Googling a lot about this topic today, and found the following:
    Use of "Redirect /" (with defined as in /etc/hosts on Server1)
    Use of mod_rewrite and mod_proxy on Server1

    Please ignore the ISPconfig part if it's not familar to you.
    That's just an open source ISP control panel

    Every answer is much appreciated!
    Thank you very much in advance

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    Linux Engineer jledhead's Avatar
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    lots of good stuff here
    apache reverse proxy - Google Search

  3. #3
    thanks for your answer, i am having similar problem and will look into apache reverse proxy

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    Works like a charm!!! Thanks a lot!!!
    Here is the vhost set up to use reverse proxy:

    <VirtualHost *:80>
    DocumentRoot /var/www/
    ProxyRequests Off

    <Proxy *>
    Order deny,allow
    Allow from all

    ProxyPass / (server-IP)
    ProxyPassReverse / (server-IP)

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