[jadmin] Jabber via a DMZ proxy - SOLVED

Costa, Jeff jcosta at lendlease.com
Tue Oct 18 16:32:18 CDT 2005

For anyone interested in setting up a DMZ-based proxy server to enable
Jabber usage, I've posted instructions in my blog, located here:
In a nutshell, you build an Apache forward proxy that enables Jabber
over HTTP. The benefit is the ability to securely use an internal Jabber
server from anywhere in the world (assuming your Jabber client supports
HTTP proxy, like Gaim does).

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