Reverse proxy with pfSense and Squid

A quick test running a reverse proxy in my homelab…

Following my previous post on how to make your Jamf Pro server public, I gave it a try in my homelab…

Just note that this is only a proof of concept, as there are many reverse proxies, or load balancers, available for a production environment (both hardware as software). (For Load Balancing my clustered Jamf Pro setup, on another test server, I used HAProxy which has Reverse Proxy functionality as well).

An in depth discussion of how I configured my homelab for testing different scenario’s (both Jamf related as more general) might be for another time, but let’s quickly have a high level look at the following setup.

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