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Help setting up a reverse proxy with Apache Web Server 2.2.9

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I need assistance setting up a reverse proxy on Apache Web Server 2.2.9.
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by:Static-shock
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Squid is what you want to setup a reverse proxy.

Here is the howto and docs
http://www.sweetnam.eu/index.php/Reverse_Proxy_with_Squid

Hope that helps
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by:it-kourt
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How about for Windows?
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by:Static-shock
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Windows I used wingate once, been a while

http://www.wingate.com/

Cheers
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by:fosiul01
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Or you would be able to use apache as a reverse proxy.

just enable reverse proxy on

and then configure the web site you want have reverse proxy.

http://www.apachetutor.org/admin/reverseproxies
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Well it turns out someone changed the default gateway to the IP of the box.  Changed it back and all is fine.  Thanks for all of your responses.
- Dave
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