Use NGINX as a Reverse Proxy

A reverse proxy is a server that sits between internal applications and external clients, forwarding client requests to the appropriate server. While many common applications, such as Node.js, are able to function as servers on their own, NGINX has a number of advanced load balancing, security, and acceleration features that most specialized applications lack. Using NGINX as a reverse proxy enables you to add these features to any application. Basic Configuration for an NGINX Reverse Proxy server_name example....

October 12, 2019 · 1 min · 99 words · Akhil Jalagam

How to set up Reverse Proxy in Apache/httpd

Install and enable apache2 proxy modules proxies all requests (“/”) to a single backend: to point to the reverse proxy, instead of back to itself, the ProxyPassReverse directive is most often required: Only specific URIs can be proxied Example ServerName Documentroot /var/www/html/ ProxyPass “/” “" ProxyPassReverse “/” “" </VirtualHost>

September 2, 2019 · 1 min · 50 words · Akhil Jalagam