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From Ajay Garg <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Some basic (idiotic) queries regarding tunnelling-proxy
Date Wed, 22 Mar 2017 17:52:39 GMT
Hi Rainer.

Thanks for the help.

I did some more googling, and (if I am not wrong), it seems almost fits in
our needs.

We run mod_proxy on the *Intermediatary*.
The end-user then opens a browser in *Server*, types in the hostname://path
of the *Intermediatary*, and the mod_proxy then proxies the HTTP-stuff
bi-directionally between the *HTTP-Server* and *Server*.

My only concern, is that this solution needs the *Intermediatary* to have a
public static IP.
Is there a way objective can be achieved without needing to provide a
public static IP to *Intermediatary*?

On Wed, Mar 22, 2017 at 8:26 PM, Rainer Canavan <
> wrote:

> > Now, we require something like opening an IFrame on the Server, and
> provide
> > virtual access to the HTTP-Server (via Intermediatary), something like
> what
> > Teamviewer does. We have the ability to modify to Server and
> Intermediatary,
> > but not HTTP-Server in the general case.
> >
> > It would be great to have a Teamviewer-like experience, providing access
> of
> > the HTTP-Server on the Server (via Intermediatary as the
> tunnelling-proxy).
> > We are running Linux-flavours on Server and Intermediatary.
> I don't understand what half of your statements may exactly mean, but
> this doesn't appear to be an apache httpd related request. I think
> the dynamic proxy option of most ssh clients (-D for openssh), used
> as a SOCKS proxy in your browser may solve your problem. If that
> doesn't help, some sort of VPN tunnel may be an alternative.
> rainer
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