I have a cache engine 505 in an DMZ, this cache is my proxy-server for my clients at inside network.
Now I want to use this cache as a reverse-proxy for my Web Server that is on the same DMZ. All examples at the CCO are using WCCP and CSS, I try to use the following configuration:
My cache is listening for proxy at port 80 (command "http proxy incoming 80").
I add to my DNS server a host called "www" pointing to the IP address of the Cache.
In my tests, when a Internet host (not a internal host) try to open this site, the Cache show a page with the message "The cache was unable to ...", but if I configure this Internet host to use the cache engine as proxy server, the page works fine.
If you want the users to be transparently directed to the cache, you will have to enable wccp. Otherwise you have to configure them to expicitly use the cache engine as the proxy server. So I would suggest that you enable wccp.
Topology & Design:
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