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Re: A Good Reverse Proxy Product
From: Tremaine Lea <tremaine () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 14:52:50 -0600
You could use a Bluecoat for that purpose, it handles both http and
https traffic, and can also be tied to bluecoat antivirus.
Alternately you could look into putting an IPS in between that could
be leveraged into the rest of the environment as well.
Network Security Consultant
"Paranoia for hire"
On 30-Apr-08, at 12:43 PM, Paul Guibord wrote:
Greetings to all,
We have a new MS Exchange server and the administrator wants to
provide remote Outlook Web Access access to it from the internet.
As opposed to having a direct outside to inside translation to it I
was told that we could put a reverse proxy server in the DMZ and
then provide a DMZ to inside translation form there.
First of all does this sound like the safest approach and if so can
anyone provide the name of a good stable/secure reverse proxy product.