devonharding at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 21:36:31 UTC 2005
This is what I do for delegate forwarding ssl:
How do I do this with xinetd, seems cleaner?
On 12/8/05, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-12-08 at 14:41, Devon Harding wrote:
> > >> Does anyone know of a good alternative to delegate
> > >> (http://www.delegate.org) Delegate is good, but resource intensive
> > >> and does't run as a service. I need this to proxy my webmail
> > traffic.
> > > Apache can be configured as a reverse proxy and even convert https
> > > on one side to http on the other. Stunnel can do generic ssl/plain
> > > proxies, or xinetd can do a generic pass-through proxy with it's
> > > 'redirect' option.
> > I need it to be ssl both in and out
> Apache could do both independently, and xinetd's version is transparent
> but why not use simple port forwarding?
> Les Mikesell
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