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From Daniel Lopez <dan...@rawbyte.com>
Subject Re: Content Negotiation
Date Thu, 13 Dec 2001 18:32:02 GMT

You can have the microsoft and cold fusion machines behind Apache.
You then configure Apache as a reverse proxy for those file extensions that
you want windows to serve:

client ----> Apache -----> Windows

You can do the selection of which files to reverse proxy using either
<location> blocks or mod_rewrite
Have a look at the apache docs for mod_rewrite, proxypass, proxypassreverse
The mod_rewrite docs have a set of practical scenarios that you will find
useful

Best regards

DAniel

On Thu, Dec 13, 2001 at 01:22:55PM -0500, Chad Morland wrote:
> All, 
> 	I was wondering if anyone out there knows some way that I could
> get apache to do some content negotiation. Basically I have a UNIX
> webserver running apache that fits all of my needs. But, I am starting to
> use asp and ColdFusion. I have setup an NFS share on my UNIX machine to
> share the data with a win2k machine but I still need to figure out a
> way to have the win2k machine proccess the asp and CF pages and send them
> back to the visitor through the unix machine. I was thinking mod_proxy may
> be able to do what I need but I'm not sure where to start. Any ideas??
> 
> Here is a brief example of what I am trying to do:
> 
> http://foo.com/index.(php\html\cgi\shtml) -> served by UNIX
> http://foo.com/index.(asp\cfm) -> served by windows  
> 
> 
> .............................................
> Chad Morland
> .............................................
> 
> 
> 
> 
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