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There is a host: that exposes a webservice using https

I want to create a reverse proxy using Apache that maps a local http port on a server to the https service exposed by

Since it a web service I need to map all urls so that a path:

is accessible by going to:


I've gotten this far:

<VirtualHost *:80>
  SSLProxyEngine On
  ProxyPass /

I think this is working except for the url rewriting.

Some resources I've found on this are:

  1. Setting up a complex Apache reverse proxy
  2. Apache as reverse proxy for https server
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Is the problem with URLs referenced in HTML/CSS/JS resources that aren't loading with the internal name? – Shane Madden Oct 19 '12 at 6:26

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