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Blue 810 SG running as a reverse proxy

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Hi I am currently using blue coat sg 810 as web  proxy ( it is running software version 5.3) I need to use it as a reverse proxy for  a web application. I need help on how i can accomplish this and also if there is any licensing requiements.

finally if any one can provide with a step by step documentation on how to publish an application using blue coat i would really thankfull.
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It can do reverse proxy server.  I have not read it in detail, but if you go to:

http://www.bluecoat.com/products/sg/810/features

and look on the right hand side there is a link to a PDF document titled "Reverse Proxy with SSL."  It shows you the steps to setup reverse proxy for SSL termination in the BCS box.  If you don't need/want the SSL stuff, you can just not do that part.
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