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mod_proxy_http / mod_rewrite / cpanel ports

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jodawi, Mar 26, 2007.

  1. jodawi

    jodawi Registered

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    How doable is it to create a virtual proxy server in Apache so that all of the different ports used by cpanel/whm can be accessed via the standard http/https ports?
     
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    You can use a CGI proxy, to access your cPanel/WHM panel on port 80 (the proxy goes to port :2082 or whatever). I've tested this alot and it works. A PHP proxy doesn't really work, so make sure it's a CGI one.

    -tj

    P.S. For info on a CGI proxy, google! :)
     
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