A fairly common setup is to have:
Apache with appropriate VHM rewrite rules --> pound --> 2-n ZEO
If you don't want Apache in front, it is also possible to configure the
VHM directly (inside Zope). Writing your own access rules and mucking
with the URLs is neither necessary nor encouraged.
On Jan 14, 2006, at 14:46, Eric.Roby wrote:
We have a new firewall and firewall guru... He wants the firewall to
handle and route port 80/443 requests to pound instances running on
port 8080 and 8443. Whereby pound routes said requests to appropriate
back-end Zope servers (running on other high-end ports). Obviously -
in this new scenario - Zope will return requests with the 8080 and
8443 ports attached to the response URL. He wants Zope to respond,
in-kind, with URLs re-written to port 80 and 443. I have tried
messing with Site Access (messing with SERVER_URL in the REQUEST) and
can strip out the 8080 and replace with 80, but there are side effects
and this just doesn't seem right.
Is there a saner way, possibly within the zope.conf config items (like
CGI) or some other deep "ZopeZen" magic that can address this or
would it require some deep patching ..??
Certainly Apache (re-write) between pound and Zope would probably
address this but that seems kinda silly...
The time has come to start talking about whether the emperor is as well
dressed as we are supposed to think he is. /Pete McBreen/
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