What do I need from the secured server (external party) to configure my apache 2.2 httpd-ssl properly?
I hope you can help with this because I am a little bit confused.
I'm running apache 2.2 httpd and want to communicate using ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse to a secured server which is also HTTPS SSL configured.
Outside world ==> https ssl Apache 2.2 httpd (localhost) ==> Secured server Https ssl (domain.com)
I am the middle man here.
What exactly do I need from them (domain.com) in order for me to configure Apache 2.2 httpd-ssl.conf properly? Do I only need their public key? I don't think I also need their certificate, otherwise I can generate their private key. I don't think that's handy...and insecured.
This is my current configuration for when the outside world visit the middle man apache server.
LoadModule sslmodule modules/modssl.so LoadModule proxymodule modules/modproxy.so LoadModule proxyhttpmodule modules/modproxyhttp.so Listen 8443 <VirtualHost *:8443> ServerName localhost.localdomain SSLEngine on SSLCertificateFile /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl/server.crt SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl/server_priv.pem ProxyRequests off SSLProxyEngine on Loglevel debug ErrorLog /home/df/Desktop/errorLog443.txt TransferLog /home/df/Desktop/transferLog443.txt <Location /gd_endpoint/> ProxyPass https://domain.com:45093/abc/1.1.0 ProxyPassReverse https://domain.com:45093/abc/1.1.0 Order deny,allow Deny from all Allow from all </Location>