[ZendTo] Troubleshooting Reverse Proxy uploads (cannot drop-off directories)

Kris Lou klou at themusiclink.net
Tue Sep 15 16:44:40 BST 2020

> This sounds like you have 2 FQDNs for the same website.
> One way of solving that one is split-horizon DNS. So your internal users
> see the serverRoot resolve to the directly-connected internal IP address,
> and external users get the IP of the reverse proxy. And also ask yourself
> if there is any good reason you aren't just sending internal users through
> the reverse proxy as well.
That's right -- I do.  I moved Zendto from my DMZ into my internal network
(as it connects to AD) and set up a reverse proxy.  Ideally, I'm going to
send everybody to the new proxied FQDN, but was just wondering why it would
still fail to upload when accessed directly, under the old FQDN.

> Also, in your reverse proxy, I would make the client_max_body_size a bit
> bigger than the limit you've set as the uploadChunkSize in ZendTo. Else
> you're might get weird things happening due to the proxy rejecting upload
> blocks that you thought it would allow through to ZendTo

This is good to know.  Thanks.
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