when front proxy meet reverse proxy
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Wed Mar 28 14:27:07 UTC 2012
2012/3/28 Guzmán Brasó <guzman.braso at gmail.com>
> I saw the picture but don't see any problem for nginx there, your
> problem in that picture seems to be that you want your backend to
> access crossdomain server but your backend do not have internet acces.
Yes,this is what I want.
> If that's the case, and you don't need to support thousands of cross
> domains, you can configure Nginx to be reverse proxy of cross domain
> server and use it to access internet from your backend, so when the
> backends want to access crossdomain, it does so through nginx and
> nginx indeed have internet access.
Can you explain more about use the nginx be the reverse proxy of the cross
> One good thing of doing this is that if you are already parsing with
> any tool your logs, you will have nice stats of your crossdomain
> servers behaviors (eg: backend generation time, etc)
> Or maybe I got it all wrong, in that case, please discard this message :)
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 8:16 AM, maven apache <apachemaven0 at gmail.com>
> > Since I am not good at English,so I make a picture in the attach,hope you
> > can get it.
> > 2012/3/28 Francis Daly <francis at daoine.org>
> >> On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 07:43:22PM +0800, maven apache wrote:
> >> Hi there,
> >> I don't understand your intended data flow.
> >> Can you describe it more explicitly?
> >> In general terms, "something" makes a http request to nginx; that
> >> "something" is "the client". nginx is configured to proxy_pass a request
> >> related to the original one to a back-end server; that back-end server
> >> "upstream".
> >> client talks to nginx, and gets a response from nginx. The client
> >> know or care about upstream.
> >> nginx talks to upstream and gets a response from upstream. nginx doesn't
> >> know or care how upstream generates the response.
> >> If a web browser is configured to use a proxy server, then as far as
> >> is concerned, that proxy server is "the client", not the web browser.
> >> browser" is "the client".
> >> It's not clear (to me) what is "nginx" and what is "upstream".
> >> If you can explain more, it might help others to answer your question.
> >> f
> >> --
> >> Francis Daly francis at daoine.org
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