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GeneralAND FINALLY! Pin
Brisingr Aerowing27-Jan-13 8:52
memberBrisingr Aerowing27-Jan-13 8:52 
I was able to get the proxy from IIS -> Apache on my server to work! Big Grin | :-D

For those who wonder why I am doing this proxy, I have a RhodeCode instance being served by Apache with a custom build of mod_wsgi 3.4. Apache seems to dislike being accessed from the network, so I set up a proxy in IIS to redirect to the Apache instance.

The error I was getting was because IIS, by default, appends the TCP port of the client to the client's IP address, which causes all sorts of issues with a number of things. D'Oh! | :doh: Turning that off fixed the issue.

Now if the documentation mentioned that the port was appended by default, I would not have had to go through all of this.

So my message to the general group: MAKE SURE THE DOCUMENTATION IS USEFUL AND GOES OVER THE DEFAULT SETTINGS!!!

Bob Dole
The internet is a great way to get on the net.

D'Oh! | :doh: 2.0.82.7292 SP6a

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