Is there a best way to set up Squid (when a reverse proxy) if you have an Apache webserver and want some matrix content served as HTTPS to the public?
I could either set up Squid to listen on 443 but talk to Apache on port 80 and get Squid to do the SSL encryption as the content passes through or should I be forwarding all https traffic through Squid directly to Apache with Apache doing the SSL encryption bit - if so what do you put in the Squid config?
Finally will either method described cache the content from matrix? Obviously I don't want forms or other user specific information cached but if the page is just sensitive content but not user specific that might be worth doing?
Any advice appreciated.