How to Set up a Reverse Proxy (Step-By-Steps for Nginx and Apache)

How to Set up a Reverse Proxy (Step-By-Steps for Nginx and Apache)

Author: Kinsta

Date: August 14, 2020 

Category: Performance, Security, Tips and tricks, Tutorials, Webhosting

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A reverse proxy sits in front of a web server and receives all the requests before they reach the origin server. It works similarly to a forward proxy, except in this case it’s the web server using the proxy rather than the user or client. Reverse proxies are typically used to enhance performance, security, and reliability of the web server.

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How to Set up a Reverse Proxy (Step-By-Steps for Nginx and Apache)

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