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How to configure mod_proxy on cPanel

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Jafar Muhammed, May 17, 2017.

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  1. Jafar Muhammed

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    Hello all,

    I have an e-commerce website based on Magento 2, hosted on my VPS along with a few static sites. As part of the performance campaign, I am looking for using a reverse proxy for caching up static contents and delivering to the visitors.

    I have been searching for using Varnish Cache as my reverse proxy until I read Varnish Cache will not work with SSL. The next option I had in mind that using NGINX, but there is no native support in cPanel.

    I am now reading about Apache Module mod_proxy, and I found that mod_proxy is already installed on my server by going WHM > Software > EasyApache 4. But I couldn't find a guide about the configuration.

    Please tell me if using mod_proxy a good idea until cPanel have a solution expected through Nginx proxied to Apache (not standalone Nginx)

    How do I configure and confirm that reverse proxy is working for my website(s)?
     
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    This thread can be considered as resolved since I have successfully installed Engintron
     
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    Hello,

    Thank you for updating us with the outcome. As you mentioned, you can track the progress on native support for Nginx at:

    Nginx proxied to Apache (not standalone Nginx)

    Thank you.
     
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