HAProxy scenario - desperate for advise
cwelinder last edited by
I'm pretty new to working with proxies, but must a working solution to a very specific scenario.
Having looked through the major reverse proxies I would need advise on how to progress.
Scenario is this: (pfSense as virtual machine in a vSphere cluster)
Interfaces WAN and LAN is on same subnet.
OPT1 run a static OpenVPN Tunnel and act as the de facto WAN-connection.
The internal subnet hosts three production servers (two backend sql-servers, one frontend portal).
Frontend server run PHP application for a smartphone app, with apache serving a growing number of URL:s. (Like customer-pages, admin-portal, smartphone-app login etc).
So basically, I need to redirect to this server (no problem so far) but also pass/rewrite the path.
sub1.domain.ltd:80 –> 192.168.10.10:80/path
I was hoping HAProxy would handle this, but more and more I feel like I better move to Apache mod_security package with the help of mod_proxy.
Any advise would be a real life-saver and grant best possible karma-payback :)
side note: I'm currently running HAProxy on Synology DSM, works great! Problem is that OpenVPN client for DSM doesn't play nice with my tunnel setup :(
PiBa last edited by
With haproxy you should be able to put the lines below in a 'advanced' section:
reqrep ^([^\ :]*)\ /(.*) \1\ /path/\2 reqirep ^Host:\ sub1.domain.ltd Host:\ 192.168.10.10
I think that will take care of the rewriting.. However i think the rewriting of the host is actually not a nice thing to do, i think its better to configure a virtual directory which checks the proper domain name on the webserver.
Also read about this in the manual: http://cbonte.github.io/haproxy-dconv/configuration-1.5.html#4.2-reqrep