Please help with Apache2 Proxy install

Discussion in 'Server Operation' started by turbolad, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. turbolad

    turbolad New Member

    OK - I've been pulling my hair out over this for 24hrs now...

    I'm trying to setup an apache2 proxy server on my ubuntu VPS. So that I can SSH via Putty and access the internet through the proxy.
    I'm using the steps in this guide to help me:

    Theres a few steps missing in there like having to run
    to get the mod_proxy to work.

    I have been mildly successfull in that I can open up the ssh tunnel and then firefox will bring up a blank webpage for whatever site I go to. If I close the tunnel I then get a proxy refused error. Which must mean I'm doing something right? right?

    Any help very much appreciated.
  2. turbolad

    turbolad New Member

    would this help anyone help me?

    Output from Linux Proxy Server
    [email protected]:~# netstat -tupan | egrep '(:8080|putty)'
    tcp        0      0  *               LISTEN         1090/apache2
    What is the listen 1090? Is that my problem?

    Here is an out put from my Windows Client running Putty

    C:\>netstat -an | find ":8080"
      TCP              LISTENING
    So I assume my tunnel is all up OK.
  3. turbolad

    turbolad New Member

    Any ideas anyone?
    Where's that genius Falko:D
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    That's just the process ID, not a port.

    Are there any errors in your logs, especially Apache's error log?

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