Nodejs-proxy is a simple HTTP reverse proxy server written in node.js. It currently allows some mid-complexity to handle the reverse proxy magic take place.
You'll need node.js to run it. Get it at www.nodejs.org, then compile and install it:
$ ./configure $ make $ make install
Next, run proxy.js through node program:
$ node proxy.js
And that's it!
I have also added ip-based access control. As long as no ip is explicitly denied, all will be allowed. If you need a specic access list just echo it to 'allow_ip_list' file:
$ echo '220.127.116.11' >> config/allow_ip_list
And you don't need to restart the server, it will see the changes and update itself.
You can also block hosts based on a regex pattern, to do that, echo the hosts you don't wish the proxy to serve to 'black_list' file:
$ echo 'facebook.com' >> config/black_list
More features coming later!
Sincerely, Peteris Krumins http://www.catonmat.net