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OpenVPN ALS aka. Adito & Apache 2 mod_proxy


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Hi together,

I have reasently seen the episode about OpenVPN ALS and I want to install one on my own. There is only one problem. I'm already running an Apache Webser on Port 443 and I do not want to reverse all connections from outside to my https site over OpenVPN ALS. Is there a way to configure OpenVPN ALS being reverse-proxied by an Apache 2 (mod_proxy) in a subdirectory with an working Java Client?

Example:

https://server.com/VPN/ => https://127.0.0.1:445

https://server.com/website/ => /var/www/html/index.html

And no I do not want to use an other port. It has to be 443.

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Hi together,

I have reasently seen the episode about OpenVPN ALS and I want to install one on my own. There is only one problem. I'm already running an Apache Webser on Port 443 and I do not want to reverse all connections from outside to my https site over OpenVPN ALS. Is there a way to configure OpenVPN ALS being reverse-proxied by an Apache 2 (mod_proxy) in a subdirectory with an working Java Client?

Example:

https://server.com/VPN/ => https://127.0.0.1:445

https://server.com/website/ => /var/www/html/index.html

And no I do not want to use an other port. It has to be 443.

good question. i was recently wondering the same thing. it seems like it'd be possible ... shrug.gif

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Hi together,

I have reasently seen the episode about OpenVPN ALS and I want to install one on my own. There is only one problem. I'm already running an Apache Webser on Port 443 and I do not want to reverse all connections from outside to my https site over OpenVPN ALS. Is there a way to configure OpenVPN ALS being reverse-proxied by an Apache 2 (mod_proxy) in a subdirectory with an working Java Client?

Example:

https://server.com/VPN/ => https://127.0.0.1:445

https://server.com/website/ => /var/www/html/index.html

And no I do not want to use an other port. It has to be 443.

You could create a "Web Forward" within OpenVPN ALS and when prompted to select a Web Forward Type, select the second option "Create Forward Specific" and enter the local ip address of your apache webserver. That should allow you access other lan resources through port 443 as well.

Or you could use port 80 for http traffic and 443 for all the vpn stuff.

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