Since I started using an application behind a reverse proxy (Apache2's mod_jk), I've noticed some pages won't load (They would without the reverse proxy settings).
It was a subtle error which I had to inspect to find it out, thanks to Google Chrome: Failed to load resource: net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET.
I thought something was wrong with Apache2, mod_jk, AJP, or Jetty.
But then I engaged into an investigation where I would use different browsers along with different networks.
Verdict: This error (ERR_CONNECTION_RESET) occurs only when I use networks with static IP.
I decreased security level in one router but in vain.
Are networks with static IP equipped with higher levels of security?
How to overcome this issue?
This is a stalemate because the reverse proxy is mainly destined to take advantage of static IP addresses of our selling points for an increased level of security.