From: Herbert Pötzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Sat 02 Aug 2003 - 04:03:27 BST
On Fri, Aug 01, 2003 at 10:54:44AM -0400, Benoit St-André wrote:
> Yes, this is it...
> In our case, vservers get their hits directly from the outside by
> ProxyPass directive from the publicly available web server.
> Schools can publish by FTP using a similar ProxyPass directive in
> ProFtpd, I'm not shure but sshd probly has that kind of feature (people
> enter theirusername_at_vservername for username, that tells the ftpdaemon
> where to go).
> Only one whole in the firewall needed, no redirection or NAT, all passes
> by the same IP...
hmm, I guess this will not work for SSL connections?
or am I wrong, if so, please correct me ...
> For ProxyPass, a very simple tutorial:
> Benoit St-André <ben_at_benoitst-andre.net>
> Le jeu 31/07/2003 ŕ 18:12, Fernando Serto a écrit :
> > I don't know if understood you...
> > you have many vservers with private ips and only ONE public ip (probably on
> > the root server)? how can you have this vservers accessed from outside? or
> > those hits are comming only from your private network?
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Benoit St-André" <ben_at_benoitst-andre.net>
> > To: <vserver_at_solucorp.qc.ca>
> > Cc: <baobabs_at_sveiks.lv>
> > Sent: Friday, August 01, 2003 3:06 AM
> > Subject: Re: [vserver] Advice needed
> > Hi
> > Being a non-expert, I can tell you what we did in our scolar counsil for
> > our schools
> > We currently have one machine which is a PIII800 with 35 vservers on it.
> > They all have private IP, one has a public IP and does proxy-pass for
> > the others which releaves us the need for that much public ip's...
> > We have one of those vservers which does https (proxy pass for the
> > others), and the other one are all for school web hosting, each school
> > can have its own world for its web site with php/mysql and more.
> > This machine gets about 1 500 000 hits a week, and 22 of the 35 vservers
> > are in fact really used (the others are on but are not visited yet). The
> > machine is running good, no performance problem.