Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of UserGuide/WebUI/ReverseProxy


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May 14, 2017 2:27:20 PM (6 months ago)
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Cas
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  • UserGuide/WebUI/ReverseProxy

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    11= Reverse Proxy with Deluge WebUI = 
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    3 If you have a webserver running and want the Deluge WebUI to be served through this server, you can set up your web server to work as a reverse proxy. 
     3A reverse proxy is where there is an existing http web server (Apache, Nginx) that you wish Deluge WebUI to be served through. e.g. Site `http://example.net` serves the WebUI at `http://example.net/deluge`. 
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    5 For the examples below a web server is already serving on `http://example.net`, and we want it to serve the WebUI on `http://example.net/deluge`. 
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    7 We are running the Deluge WebUI, `deluge-web`, on `localhost` which by default serves on port 8112. 
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     5In the configurations below `deluge-web` is running on `localhost` with default port `8112` and reverse proxy url suffix `/deluge`. 
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    107 Apache Config: :: 
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    12  Enable the following apache modules 
     9 Enable the following apache modules: 
    1310 {{{ 
    1411a2enmod proxy 
     
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     40 ''Note: Ensure the trailing slashes are maintained.'' 
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    4342 WebUI `base` Option: :: 
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