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From (George Walsh)
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Virtual Hosts; document root as seen from alocaluser account and from the internet
Date Thu, 03 Apr 2003 18:43:39 GMT
I really appreciate the trouble you are taking, Lee, really!

No, the default (main) server is

The browser is either Galeon (I'm clearly a Gnome Man!) or Mozilla. Both respond the same
way. On the external machine, Netscape7 is used.

Invoking telnet to responds immediately, identifying

After entering the GET and HOST commands, the correctindex page for the cruiseroutes site



>On Thu, 2003-04-03 at 13:13, George Walsh wrote:
>> For the record, nslookup -sil reports:
>> Server:
>> Address:
>> Name:
>> Address:
>> All of that is correct, yet if you try you will be taken 
>> to the ADVX index page which only exists in the main (default) server's 
>> directory at /var/www/html. It does get the name right on that page, as i
>>  mentioned, but it has 'no business' being in that directory. 
>> Obviously there is a different path being followed between inside and outside
>>  calls but I don't know how to follow that along in a logical way.
>  Is also the IP of the 'default' server?
>  I am going to guess it is.  What are you using for a web browser?
>  What happens if you telnet to port 80 and issue this:
>  'GET / HTTP/1.1\n
>   HOST:\n\n'.
>Lee Fellows <>
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George Walsh,
Managing Director,
CruiseRoutes Division,
DSC Directional Services Corp
Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada

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