[squid-users] Configure proxy to multiple physical hosts through one Domain Name.

Eliezer Croitoru eliezer at ngtech.co.il
Thu Dec 17 10:25:22 UTC 2015


Basically what you want is called "reverse proxy".
Squid has this feature and you can see couple examples at the wiki:

This list is indeed squid users list but I will let you know that squid 
is not the only option in this area.
Other products:
- Nginx
- Varnish
- Custom proxies


On 17/12/2015 02:29, PaleBlue wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am new to squid and have only been aware of it for minutes. however it
> looks like what I desparately need to accomplish is doable with squid.
> I am trying to accomplish the following
> apple.mydomain.com ---> Server01 (website and Blog)
> orange.mydomain.com ---> Server02 (GitLab)
> pear.mydomain.com ---> Server03 (Future use)
> I want to put a VM with Ubuntu server and squid behind my firewall to proxy
> the requests to the different servers but have no even where to get started
> as I am so new to squid. I have read the around and believe it is possible
> based on  This
> <http://squid-web-proxy-cache.1019090.n4.nabble.com/Multiple-site-example-td1034364.html>
> post however I would like to stress. *I am not trying to load balance, I am
> trying to make one domain name show different things from different servers.
> *
> if anyone could give me some guidance on getting started with this I would
> be *Very* appreciative.
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