How to configure an apache proxy with file downloads working? Edited

I have configured an apache https proxy in front of confluence. It works but some features like 'file download', don't work. To be more precise, when I upload to a confluence page, a file (like a pdf or xlsx), then when I use the apache proxy, the file can't be downloaded. 

My browser reports this error when loading the page:

batch.js?confluence.view.edit.transition=true&nps-not-opted-out=true&highlightactions=true&nps-ackn…:3938 POST https://xx.xxx.xxx.com/rest/webResources/1.0/resources 403 (Forbidden)

 

I have turned off SELinux and confluence works behind the proxy (I can see/edit the pages)

I am on confulence 5.9.10

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