1451 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Nov 7, 2009 7:33 AM by A
By the way, it's a reverse proxy server, there's nothing fancy going on here. A mac mini from the last couple years is plenty of horsepower for it. It is a traffic cop, reverse proxying and applying access security by user/group, that's about it. Don't overkill it, use whatever ya got within reason. I'm using a 2009 Mac Mini with 4GB of RAM. Not that it's functional at the moment, but I digress It certainly will be plenty of horsepower when it actually starts working.
Some Dude wrote:
... - wikis are not supported thru Mobile Access server. ...
You're probably referring to this, from Pg. 181 of the Network Services Administration Guide:
Mobile Access does not provide proxy access to the Mac OS X v10.6 Wiki.
That contains a typo, and in fact Mobile Access does provide proxy access to the Mac OS X Server 10.6 Wiki. However it does not provide access to the Mac OS X Server 10.5 WIki, because that older version of the Wiki Server does not recognize the adjustment made to HTTP headers when they pass through a proxy.