I need to setup an linux/apache box to be a proxy for an IIS web server running a .NET application.
I need no checks, verifications, modifications, nothing. I want to point the A record for www.mydomainname.com to the linux/apache server and have it relay any URL for http://mydomainname.com to the IP address of the IIS web server.
Note that I cannot relay to another domain name. I must relay to the IIS IP address.
Additionally, it has to work if someone goes to: http://.mydomainname.com or http://mydomainname.com/
linux/apache should simply pass the requested URL directly to the IIS server, no matter what that URL is. It would be nice if it was only for the domain "mydomainname.com" - but if it had to be a complete wildcard, that's okay. There is only one domain which will be pointed to our linux/apache server, and it should forward any URL thrown at it to ONE IP address.
I have struggled with many other examples, but they are doing exceptions, exemptions, re-writes, renames, etc.
I need a very simple, basic "proxy" to another IP address. That's all.
Thank you for the help!!!