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What is Reverse Proxy?



What is Reverse Proxy?

  • A reverse proxy is a server that usually sits in front of the web servers and it acts like an endpoint and receives initial HTTP connection requests.
  • Reverse proxy defends web servers against assaults while also improving security, performance and reliability.
  • Reverse Proxy protects Original Servers from breaches and make the communication between client and server smoother.
  • The reverse proxy server, which acts as a gateway between users and your application origin server, is essentially your network's traffic cop.



How to setup Reverse Proxy?



A reverse proxy lies in front of an origin server. Originally all the requests would directly go from the user’s computers to the origin server. But with Reverse Proxy server the requests will go to the reverse proxy server first and it will then pass it on to the origin server.



User tries to access the origin server which request will be received by miniOrange’s Reverse Proxy.
Reverse Proxy Server will redirect the request to the origin server.
Origin Server will return the response back to User using Reverse Proxy.



Benefits



Single Sign On    

   Boosts productivity by providing a single point of access for all the backend servers.


Protect Your Complete Site    

   Easy to setup Reverse Proxy with miniOrange services, just log into our dashboard to setup.


Single Logout    

   Boosts security by acting as a barrier between external clients and your internal services.


Reverse Proxy Benefits

    Role Mapping

  miniOrange provides the best price in the industry for Reverse Proxy solution.


    Custom Certificate

  miniOrange provides world-class support and customers vouch for our support.


    Federation Support

  Apart from IP restriction, Load Balancing, Rate Limiting & CORS. We customize our solution as per your requirement.



Reverse Proxy Vs Forward Proxy





Reverse Proxy


A reverse proxy is a server that receives a client's request, passes it to one of many other servers, and then delivers the results from the server that actually processed the request to the client as if the proxy server had handled it itself. The client only talks with the reverse proxy server and is unaware that its request was really handled by another server.



Forward Proxy


A forward proxy is the most common form of a proxy server, forward proxy is a server that redirects traffic between clients and another system, generally one that is not connected to the network. It may then manage traffic based on predefined policies, convert and mask client IP addresses, enforce security protocols, and block unfamiliar traffic.



Features



Rate Limiting

SSL/TLS Offloading

CORS

Access Control

IP/ Location/ Device based restriction

Traffic Monitoring/Analytics

URL Rewriting

Load Balancing

Caching and Data Compression

Caching and Data Compression

Reverse Proxy looks for the most recent copy of a resource requested by the client and transmits it.


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Pricing Plan


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Free

Basic plan includes Reverse Proxy with features like URL Rewriting, IP restriction and CORS with email support.

$ 0/month
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Enterprise

Enterprise covers basic features along with advanced features like Rate limiting, Load Balancing & others.

$10/month
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Features Provided
Free
Enterprise
URL Rewriting
IP restriction
CORS
Rate limiting
Load Balancing
Traffic monitoring and analysis
Caching and Data Compression
Access control
Securing Web server infrastructure
SSL Offload
Email Support
24x7 Phone Support


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