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The part of the doc in that such term is used is this. Can anybody give some context or explain me what mean Remote Server Authentication there? I know that Apache server can authenticate clients but not a "Sever"?

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Well, after continue reading I realize that "Remote Server Authentication" is in the context of SSL proxy, where Apache play the role of client of whatever server it is proxy-ing.

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