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 Reverse Proxy with Apache

Apache Week tells us how to set up a reverse proxy with Apache.

"A reverse proxy is a gateway for servers, and enables one web server to provide content from another transparently. As with a standard proxy, a reverse proxy may serve to improve performance of the web by caching; this is a simple way to mirror a website. But the most common reason to run a reverse proxy is to enable controlled access from the Web at large to servers behind a firewall."

 (Submitted by Noel Mon Jan 26, 2004 )

  


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