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Re: A Good/Secure Reverse Proxy Product
From: Aaron Howell <aaron_howell () ngenuity-is com>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 15:09:51 -0700
You don't specify what OS you would like to run your reverse proxy
software on. That detail would help people point you in the right direction.
That being said, I currently protect ALL of my windows systems that
have a need to serve anything to the internet with Apache reverse
proxies running on OpenBSD or Linux (Slackware, if you care) systems. I
have found that they work quite well for this purpose, they're easy to
take care of, and run nicely on re-purposed hardware. I have not used
this setup with OWA, since I stay as far from Exchange as I can manage,
but based on my experience, I can't imagine there would be any specific
problems with that setup.
pguibord () thenailcogroup com 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
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.
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