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From (George Walsh)
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Virtual Hosts; document root as seenfromalocaluser account and from the internet
Date Thu, 03 Apr 2003 21:13:49 GMT
Hi, Lee!

Well, at the very least I can now see, logically, why the outside world is not aligned with
the inside world!

By the way, I was interested to learn you are in Vermont. 'Though I have been in British Columbia
for over 30 years, I was born in Montreal, went to McGill, drove extensively through Vermont
and New Hampshire, and well remember my aunt having a farmhouse getaway near a little village
called Milton. Great memories, all in all.

Thanks again for 'being there'.


>On Thu, 2003-04-03 at 14:49, George Walsh wrote:
>> That means I am left with the need to interfere with incoming traffic 
>> and redirect it to the correct IP. I assume this is possible. I see lots
>> of references to such rewriting but have never attempted to use it.
>> Am I on the right track here?
>  Others can probably help you better with that then I can.  If the
>  router/firewall system you are using is only able to do port forwarding,
>  no NAT ability to inside machines, then it sounds right.  You could
>  go to name-based virtual hosts if you do not need SSL support.  Another
>  possibility would be proxying to the proper host.
>  Sounds like you have a good handle on it.
>Lee Fellows <>
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George Walsh,
Managing Director,
CruiseRoutes Division,
DSC Directional Services Corp
Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada

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