Linkar Manager uses the Microsoft’s Kestrel web server internally for Linkar Server configuration, Linkar Rest API Api Keys creation, REST API request management, Linkar Server monitoring, etc.
To access the described services from the outside, with special emphasis on the web services that use Linkar REST API, we can configure our network (firewalls, VPN, etc.) allowing access to the IP address defined in “Linkar Server IP or Hostname” and the port defined in “Port to access Linkar Manager”.
However if we already have Apache installed and configured in our infrastructure, we can configure it to run all these services from it.
In this way, we can conveniently configure the Website from the Apache administrator, and use it to stop and start Linkar Manager, manage access links and SSL certificates, etc.
Through this guide, you will learn how to configure Apache as a reverse proxy server on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7 / Fedora and Ubuntu to redirect HTTP traffic to the Linkar Manager application running on the Kestrel server.
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