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Brian Snugg's Blog:
Reverse Proxy in PHP5
December 11, 2008 @ 11:14:03

Brian Snugg has two new posts relating to his script for a reverse proxy in PHP5. The first lays the foundation, the second makes some updates to make it a bit more efficient.

So I have been working on a little class to run a reverse proxy from PHP using cURL. I have extended this class for my own purposes (single-sign-on) to handle some special request parameters, but here it is. It has some warts, but it's a good starting point.

He creates the ProxyHandler class in the first post and in the second updates the script to pass a more correct version of the headers to the proxy server to get a better response back.

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