How to make a simple proxy server using Windows PowerShell
In this article we’ll use Windows PowerShell to configure a simple Windows proxy server to serve your site.
For the purpose of this article, we’ll be using an Amazon Web Services (AWS) service, which is a cloud service that provides the infrastructure for many of the applications you use in your day to day work.
The Amazon Web Service (AWSS) is a highly scalable, high-performance, multi-tenant cloud service.
AWS is an open-source, open-access service.
In addition to the standard AWS service, you can install your own custom service and use it for private and enterprise customers.
When you install your custom service, the AWS service’s configuration and service configuration options are shared among the different customers.
We’ll configure our own custom proxy server, which we’ll call ServerHost, to serve our site using the Windows PowerShell cmdlet.
ServerHost’s configuration file can be found in the same folder as the Microsoft.
Core folder, and is located in the Server Host\Services folder.
Server Host is a Windows PowerShell object.
To configure ServerHost to serve the site, you need to configure Server Host to use a single IP address.
The IP address that Server Host will use for its configuration is the IP address listed in the command line.
Server host configures a specific IP address and subnet mask that can be configured in Server Host.
In this example, we’re configuring ServerHost with an IP address of 192.168.1.1 as the subnetmask.
Server hosts subnet masks can be customized through the Windows Configuration Manager console.
Serverhost will also be configured to use the Microsoft DNS server, the default DNS server for the Microsoft Exchange (ME) service.
For more information about the DNS server and how to configure DNS, see Configuring DNS with Microsoft Exchange.
For ServerHost configuration options, you’ll need to add a line in ServerHost.ps1 with the following parameters.
IPAddress=192.168,0.0.255 SubnetMask=0.254 DNSServer=184.108.40.206,1.3