Needing some serious help :P
shamunda at playlan.com
Sat Jan 31 01:03:05 MSK 2009
Yes, yes.. I need both a forware and reverse proxy. Is nginx able to handle both rolls?
If so could you give me an example I can run with?
From: owner-nginx at sysoev.ru on behalf of Merlin
Sent: Fri 1/30/2009 1:51 PM
To: nginx at sysoev.ru
Subject: Re: Needing some serious help :P
NginX is a reverse proxy, and it sounds like you might want a forward proxy.
On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 8:20 AM, Shamunda <shamunda at playlan.com> wrote:
> Hi All
> Ok here's my delima. I have nginx acting as my reverse proxy, and a
> backend IIS server assigned with multiple addresses.
> nginx server address:
> IIS server Addresses:
> so everything coming in to 10.100.50.7 works fine and goes to the proper
> app server...However I also need the app server to make outbound connections
> as 10.100.50.7.
> so here's the map.
> user request page > nginx forwards to server > iis processes request ....
> this works perfectly.
> However my application also needs to look up information from the users
> site without the user requesting it (security stuff)...
> so i need something like
> IIS app goes out to make request from 10.100.50.3 > nginx needs to grab
> that identity and assign it the address of 10.100.50.7 > user site accept
> request because 10.100.50.7 is a trusted IP.
> How can this be accomplished? Right now all my request are being rejected
> but it's passing the information through the default gateway not through
> All help appreciated..
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