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From Torsten Foertsch <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] port issue with reverse proxy
Date Thu, 05 Feb 2009 10:41:05 GMT
On Thu 05 Feb 2009, André Warnier wrote:
> Mike Soultanian wrote:
> > André Warnier wrote:
> >> I mean, if in your browser you get such a response page, and look
> >> at the html source of the page, do you really see links to
> >> "http://myserver.tld:81/...", or are they more like
> >
> > yup.. that's exactly what I'm getting :(
> Well, if all the links are like that, then I just happened to see a
> module in the standard Apache module list, which replaces strings
> on-the-fly. I don't recall the name , but it's an output filter and
> it must be mod_replace, or mod_substitute or something like that.

You mean mod_substitute. It is available only since 2.2.7.

If you look for something that follows your HTML more closely have a 
look at mod_proxy_html ( It 
can distinguish between

  <a href="http://myserver.tld:81/...">




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