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You can use mod_proxy to proxy pass requests to any service then the response from that service will go through apache and back to the client https://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_proxy.html Your VPN server would have to talk http since that is the protocol that it would get getting from apache
It turns out that it was simply an error in the web.config file. These two answers on SO were the solution: http://stackoverflow.com/a/26581326/1286358 And the reverse http://stackoverflow.com/a/26539003/1286358 Strange that it was working on both http and https once and then just stopped.... there must have been some other configuration changes ...
Read this excellent article on cache control headers. One idea is instead of specifying a ten minute caching time you can generate the page to include a precise date/time it expires. After that date/time any client will re-validate the resource. If you specify ten minutes you could potentially end up with 10 minutes on the CDN and 10 minutes on the client. ...
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