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I assume your Apache2 proxy uses localhost:3000 as the proxy destination. Best option is to configure your service so that it only binds to 127.0.0.1:3000 address on startup, not to 0.0.0.0:3000. This prevents anyone from outside connecting to that service. Second option is to use iptables as follows: sudo iptables -A INPUT -i <IFNAME> -p tcp --dport ...


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First of all, your ^/(123[0-9])$ regex will match only /1234 URI (or /1230, /1231, etc.) but not the /1234/some/path since you are using the $ end-of-string anchor. I'm assuming it isn't an error but a design solution. If it isn't, to match both /1234 and /1234/some/path (but not something like /12345), you can use an alternation: ^/(123[0-9])(?:/|$) (I'm ...


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"Re-routing without altering" is basically technically correct, but to understand what it's for it's better to think "intercepting" - you're usually only "re-routing" to a program you wrote, running on the same machine (which ought to be the client's wifi access point, or something similarly positioned between them and the rest ...


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You need to get multiple IP addresses on the server, one for each of the subdomains you want to use. Then you need to assign a public IP address to each VM. After that you can bind the subdomain to the IP address. In the VM, one can do port forwarding to whichever final destination one wants.


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Try setting Site Address and WordPress Address . Go to Settings >> General Set WordPress Address (URL) and Site Address using your fqdn Reference For more oficial information: WordPress Doc


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Tomcat does not have support for acting as a reverse proxy. If the second server is a LAMP server then httpd can act as a reverse proxy. It would be worth considering reorganising things so the LAMP server uses the domain and certificate and then proxies requests to the Tomcat instance as required.


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Depends on the permission for access to the host itself. In case the system is just handling http/https traffic and no users (except administrators) are allowed to login I would say YES it is secure design... The question is WHO and WHEN can potentionally catch the sensitive data. The SSL termination is done on the server anyway so there is the part where ...


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As far a I know ssl_preread directive works only with HTTPS protocol. I don't know how to get HTTP Host header value in the ngx_stream_core_module. You can try to use an additional server block in the http context like shown here: http { ... map $http_host $proxy { hostnames; .neverssl.com $http_host; ... } server {...


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I took the simplest solution. I have deleted the subdomain and added an CNAME DNS Record. That works.


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Solved! All I had to do was to enable the websocket module using sudo a2enmod proxy_wstunnel.


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I found the answer. I just needed to understand more about Squid Caching Proxy Access.log. "TCP_" refers to requests on the HTTP port (3128) TCP_HIT A valid copy of the requested object was in the cache. TCP_MISS The requested object was not in the cache. TCP_REFRESH_HIT An expired copy of the requested object was in the cache. Squid made an If-...


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