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Thanks to user , we can get Nginx as Reverse Proxy for Apache set up on FreeBSD 10.2

Nginx is free and open source HTTP server and reverse proxy, as well as an mail proxy server for IMAP/POP3. Nginx is high performance web server with rich of features, simple configuration and low memory usage. Originally written by Igor Sysoev on 2002, and until now has been used by a big technology company including Netflix, Github, Cloudflare, WordPress.com etc.

In this tutorial we will “install and configure nginx web server as reverse proxy for apache on freebsd 10.2“. Apache will run with php on port 8080, and then we need to configure nginx run on port 80 to receive a request from user/visitor. If user request for web page from the browser on port 80, then nginx will pass the request to apache webserver and PHP that running on port 8080.

Full tutorial: http://linoxide.com/linux-how-to/install-nginx-reverse-proxy-apache-freebsd-10-2/