I'm attempting to do reverse proxy using Apache directives
I will receive a url such as this: https://192.168.1.67:/fes-bin/public/ezidentity/js/jquery-1.2.6.js
I wish to modify it like: https://192.168.1.70:9843/portal/ezidentity/js/jquery-1.2.6.js
now a part of my configuration file is much like this ::
ProxyPass /home/fes/public/ezidentity/ https://192.168.1.70:9843/portal/ezidentity/ ProxyPassReverse /home/fes/public/ezidentity/ https://192.168.1.70:9843/portal/ezidentity/
and above i've written Alias /fes-bin/ "/home/fes/" for this reason i have tried personally "/home/fes/" in Pass* directives.
this isn't getting labored . The page still states content not found , if however i can get on directly through browser file will get loaded .
i'm using Apache version above 2. .
Thanks ahead of time.
In line with the example URL, it appears such as the directives ought to be the following.
ProxyPass /fes-bin/public/ https://192.168.1.70:9843/portal/ ProxyPassReverse /fes-bin/public/ https://192.168.1.70:9843/portal/
Edit I've just lately been "playing" with Apache like a reverse proxy, and so i am in no way experienced in it. Used to do, however, have it working effortlessly. Additionally towards the ProxyPass directives, I additionally specified a
Listen 8080 directive and specified that port within the client request. It might be really worth trying that.