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Reverse Proxy forwarding port

Hi to all,

Please, excuse my english :)

I work with cisco pix 515E.

I have a reverse proxy server to integrate to my network.

I placed it in a public dmz, and have placed my webserver in private dmz.

I used static command (public dmz -> private dmz)

I used nat/global (private dmz -> public dmz) to reach other public servers

All works fine ! I can access my webserver through the reverse proxy from both

inside/outside interfaces. No access is given from the outside to the private dmz.

My webserver has to initiate connections on some ports to public external servers

(not in my network). I would redirect this traffic through my reverse proxy, but I

couldn't manage it. ports in question are not web ports (25, etc).

Any idea ?

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Re: Reverse Proxy forwarding port

Go through this Reverse Proxy Caching guide you will get idea about the issue resolution.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/app_ntwk_services/waas/acns/v51/configuration/local/guide/rproxy.html#wp1037609

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