somebody know is possible on some way route traffic before come to web server (apache or lighttpd)?
I want to setup lighttpd on port 80 and apache on port 81 and I want visitors to go direct to apache or lighttpd without url:81 and that must work on this way if somebody visiting url1.domain.com that go to lighttpd on port 80 and if somebody visiting url2.domain.com that go to apache on port 81 and something must route it before lighttpd and apache (and get/post must work), is this possible on some way?
I know that lighttpd and apache can do it but I don`t need it on that way!
I'm running both Apache (on port 81) and Lighttpd (port 80) on my VPS. I would like to have Apache run CGI/Perl scripts only for virtual hosts in the Lighttpd.conf. My Lighttpd.conf already has fastCGI enabled though.
My system consist of Ubuntu 14.04 server running LAMP. I am running Apache 2. On the same machine I am running Shiny server and running my apps through port 4949.
I also am running an additional Shiny server copy on a virtual box through port 3838. All is running very good. I have an html web page running on Apache 2. I can view it and all my apps running on both Shiny servers from any place on the web.
My concern, however is security. I have port 3838, 4949, and 80 open. How can I set up Apache to run as a reverse proxy for my both of my Shiny servers (ports 4949, and 3838) and also continue to host my web page securely.
I have also attempted to set up a self-signed certificate using the following procedure but it is not working. I used the following instructions and followed them verbatim.
How to set up a reverse proxy for my Shiny servers?
I plan on purchasing a dedicated server to run a few proxy sites. However, i don't have a lot of Linux skills to administrate my own server. But i've always been able to figure stuff out so i feel pretty confident that i can get it going on my own. Anyways, My original idea was to use cPanel to run the web server for the proxy sites however i feel that using cpanel is not a great idea since i also wanted to maximize my servers performance and i hear cPanel can take heavy resources. So anyways, I just wanted to know what some other people here might think and if possible any recommended guides on setting up a linux webserver would also be appreciated as well.
We've been thinking about writing our own hosting control panel for our own "tight" hosting setup, so that can alter the panel just to our needs without relying on updates from anybody else.
To read new configurations in Lighttpd or Apache, as far as I know, requires the software to be restarted (for example service apache restart). Are there any negative effects of this, I'm assuming that whilst being restarted there is a small amount of time during which the software is "down" and websites can't be accessed during that period (probably <1 second). Am I correct?
What is the best way to reload configurations into these http servers without service interruption? I notice that DirectAdmin seems to just restart Apache on any function that alters the configuration file - for example adding a new user.
I am using a Windows 7 and the proxy server is working fine. However, I need to run a web content filtering on the server. This should be able to replace or change specific words or phrases from an incoming html and deliver it to the client. I have searched the internet for days for a working configuration but none of them worked. Here is the current configuration I added on the httpd.conf file:
x1 gateway.domain.com:443 (Using as a proxy to web1 and web2) x1 web1.domain.com:443 x1 web2.domain.com:443
I was able to have gateway.domain.com play nicely with a wildcard certificate and handshake perfectly with web1 and web2. Now currently, web1 and web2 have their own SSL certificates while gateway has a wildcard cert for *.domain.com. Is it necessary to have certs on all 3 servers or just have the single wildcard cert on gateway.domain.com?
I'm running Apache 2.4.7 on a RHEL 6.4 server. I'm using the Oracle WebLogic Proxy Plugin ver 12.c to connect to a back end server.What's happening is that Apache answers URL.. and proxies the request via the WebLogic Proxy Plugin to internal.blah.com. Unfortunately, the downstream system encounters a problem and issues an http 302 redirect to internal.blah.com/whathappened. I would like to have Apache intercept this http 302 and redirect the client to URL...
I am trying to setup a pass through on our apache proxy server, typically this is not any trouble but our developers have started using a product call DEV EXPRESS and I cannot figure out how to get my pass through to work. Here's what my pass through looks like
ProxyPass /tmsdev http://tmsdev.dot.missouri/ ProxyPassReverse /tmsdev http://tmsdev.dot.missouri/ The initial url is http://tmsdev.dot.missouri/RealEstate/AAH/LitterPickup.aspx
I am getting 404 errors on everything that has /RealEstate/DXR.axd......... The DXR.axd is something from DEVEXPRESS here's the error I'm getting.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN"> <html><head> <title>404 Not Found</title> </head><body> <h1>Not Found</h1> <p>The requested URL /RealEstate/DXR.axd was not found on this server.</p> <hr /> <address>IBM_HTTP_Server/22.214.171.124 Apache/2.0.47 (Win32) Server at ghweb04 Port 80</address> </body></html>
I'd like to make a private proxy server on a Linux VPS. That way, I can use the VPS's IP address when surfing (I would configure it as a proxy in my local browser). What software would I need for that, and how do I allow only access *from* my local computer's IP address. And can this also be done for non-HTTP traffic?
Is it possible to use a Central MailServer Proxy (eg. Dovecot Director/Proxy or Nginx). We have many Plesk Server. All with Postfix and Dovecot.... On each Server is a SSL Cert for MailService but we want ONE Host... mail.example.com with one SSL Cert.
How is it possible to Sync the User from all Hosts with a MailProxy? Only so customers can be transferred from server to server.
We have been using Apache 2.2.x with reverse proxy modules for our clients to access their OWA servers for over a year. I want to get us to Apache 2.4.x so I setup a test box with latest 2.4 on it. I fixed the config file issues since 2.4 has changes in it. OWA proxy is working on my test server with Apache 2.4. But with 2.4 I do have an issue I cannot figure out. Note that this does NOT occur with Apache 2.2. I get the following errors when using ActiveSync through reverse proxy:
[Thu Oct 17 12:19:11.670665 2013] [proxy_http:error] [pid 748:tid 8440] (OS 10060)A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond. : [client x.x.x.x:20311] AH01102: error reading status line from remote server mail.nameredacted.net:443 [Thu Oct 17 12:19:11.670665 2013] [proxy:error] [pid 748:tid 8440] [client x.x.x.x:20311] AH00898: Error reading from remote server returned by /Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync
So somehow with Apache 2.4 there is some sort of timeout that was not there with 2.2.
I installed apache, mysql, php on my windows vista laptop, and want to test http downloading. This means when selecting a file (for example, contact.php) from a page, and then click download, it will be downloaded to my desktop.
Do we need to install any other softwares to do that?
Until recently, it seemed like everything I read about a server indicated that Apache was king. I have never read anything that has given me any reason not to use Apache.
However, about a year ago when I discovered Django, I discovered Lighttpd. From everything I've been able to read, Lighttpd seems to be a better web server, but still don't know very much at all about Lighttpd.
I'm fairly comfortable with Apache, although I've never cared much for it. I have a feeling that I'll like Lighttpd quite a bit more from the very little that I do know about it. I'm wondering if I should even consider switching.
For one, it seems that everyone knows how to work with Apache and Lighttpd seems to be far less common. Apache also seems to be much more established which leads me to believe that it's a safer choice. Nonetheless, I still really want to give Lighttpd a shot. And, judging from what I've seen about Django and Lighttpd, Lighttpd seems to be a better choice when working with Django.
What do you think? Should I stick with Apache since I already know how to use it? Is Lighttpd worth the time to learn or is Apache just too good?
I wanted to know what do you prefer as server apache or lighttpd , though I am running lighttpd and have no issue except that there is too much work for mod rewrite and it effects search engine, so I was thinking to use apache instaed of it will it be possible to install apache over lighttpd or will I have to go for fresh install.
For a year now I've been running my server with Lighttpd. It's worked out well so far, but now that I have a new box I'm reconsidering.
Lighttpd does not support .htaccess files which is a bit of a pain, and doesn't have the same support by apps like Apache does. Given that I get very little traffic to my box (it sits idle most of the time) I am considering Apache.
How is security between Apache and Lighttpd? I know Apache has things like mod_security and mod_evasive, but I've never really checked how Lighttpd compared.
I had setup an apache home server. here the 80, 8080 ports are blocked . So I made my apache to listen to 4040 port. but the problem now is ,i use cloudflare service to point my domains to my server. now its showing error when i give my ip because the port is not 80. i tried putting dns host point to xxx.xx.xxx.xx:4040 in cloudflare but shows invalid ip ...
index-file.names = ( "index.php", "index.html", "index.htm", "default.htm" ) and my httpd.conf
Code: ProxyRequests Off ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyPass /lighttpd http://0.0.0.0:81/ ProxyPassReverse / http://0.0.0.0:81/ Now when I created a folder on my server's httpdocs /lighttpd/
everything runs smooth so I got the lighty to work for me.
Okay now that i figure it works I wanted to run one of my subdomain on lighty so that I can reduce the load on the server. Does anyone know how I can setup one of my subdomain to open with lighttpd and keep everything else on apache?