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Old 20th October 2006, 17:39
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Originally Posted by falko
Is this what you're currently using? http://www.orenosv.com/orenosp_en.html
Yes.

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Originally Posted by falko
You can set up reverse proxies with Apache as well: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_proxy.html
OK, I just worked on this, following the documentation you linked to above. I am able to get to the main index of my other servers (TivoWebPlus on my various TiVos), but any redirects screw me up.

The way TWP works, if you click on a link that operates a separate module, it redirects you to the relevant address (i.e., clicking on "User Interface" takes you to 192.168.1.121/ui).

The problem with the way Apache seems to do reverse proxies is that this causes a problem (i.e., clicking on "User Interface" takes you to www.mydomain.com/ui, which does not exist). Is there a way to tell Apache to stay on the servers behind the firewall? What use is this if it keeps pushing you back out to the public server?
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