I have 4 IPs bound to my network interface.
Is there a way to make Apache, when running as a proxy, to send the http requests through one specific IP, different from the interface's default?
on 04/11/2013 – Made popular on 04/11/2013
We have decided to run a secure web proxy through apache. we assigned the server a domain name and then bought SSL certificate for that domain and then applied on Ubuntu 12.04 (precise) with Apache/2.2.22.
I have loadbalancer server and edges. I am trying to configure reverse proxy in order to hide the backend servers PL1,2,3. PL 1,2,3 are not located in same subnet. They are located in different locations.
Lb1 -> PL2
I tried to configure Apache reverse proxy but it is not sending request to PL1,2,3.
I'm trying to make a reverse proxy from nginx to apache on my Ubuntu 10.04 server. It is working fine right now with HTML files... the requests are sent directly to apache. But whenever I visit a PHP file, I see a nginx 502 bad gateway error.