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Can nginx hide port number and rewrites for virtualhost?

April 09, 2009 08:31PM
I'm running Oracle Collab Suite on port 7777 and 7778. Oracle installed its own Apache and hacking it has proven to be difficult. For one thing, I can't seem to get VirtualHost to work correctly. Since it doesnt use port 80 by default, I decided to put nginx in front of it. I managed to proxy pass port 80 to 7778. However, it doesnt stop there. Here's how things are now.

My mail is pointed to the following URL: http://mail.domain.com:7778/ocsclient/
My conferencing portal is pointed to: http://mail.domain.com:7778/imtapp/app/prelogin.uix

As you can see, the URLs are pointed to mail because that's what the machine name is called. I managed to create a CNAME which works but once it redirects after you log in, it goes back to http://mail.domain.com:7778/.....
So, two things ...

1 - How can I hide the port number, I think I got it to work using proxy_pass but that only seems to work for one "server."

server {
listen 80;
server_name mail.domain.com;

location / {
index index.html;
proxy_pass http://mail.domain.com:7778;
}
}

I added a second "server" directive for "conference.domain.com" but it sends me in a loop.

2 - How can I rewrite my URL so that if I go to "conference.domain.com" it doesn't change to "mail.domain.com." Don't forget the app was installed and takes the hostname of the server which is mail.domain.com.
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Can nginx hide port number and rewrites for virtualhost?

sdotsen April 09, 2009 08:31PM

Re: Can nginx hide port number and rewrites for virtualhost?

Igor Sysoev April 10, 2009 02:07AM



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