Two basic questions here:
If I want to serve SSL content from 3 different servers (A, B, C) through a reverse proxy (P), where does the SSL magic happen?
I'm guessing that each server will be responsible for handling the SSL stuff and X just routes the bits, but I'm not sure. Presumably in this case, I would use the same cert signed for X on each machine A, B, C. Or does X do all the SSL stuff by itself?
Second, what's the best webserver to use for the reverse proxy on Windows Server 2008? IIS, Apache, etc. Extra credit if you have a good example of setting one up with your recommendation.
Thanks for your help!