Configure Squid reverse proxy for apache
Hi, I'm trying to set up SQUID on port 80 of my server, so that it will be a reverse proxy for apache running on the same server, but theres too many config options, and guides, and I'm just confused now, so can anyone help me?
I have 4 sites at the moment that I want to cache:
So, can anyone tell me what I should change in the squid config? I want SQUID to catch & cache all requests to Apache for the sites above, and also cache SSL requests for proxy.staticanime.net (runs on both port 80 & 443), admin.staticanime.net (443) & webmail.staticanime.net (443).
I can move the ports for Apache to 81 and maybe 444 or something too if that works?
Did you check out this guide? http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-set...on-debian-etch
Yeah, I couldn't get it to work for me, I couldn't access my websites after trying that guide :(
EDIT: Two of my sites returned the default "It works!" apache page after following your guide, the other sites gave 403 errors
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