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From "Julio C. Quiros L." <jqui...@hotmail.com>
Subject Web Site redirection
Date Wed, 21 Aug 2002 15:19:05 GMT
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<P>Hello, I'm really new in working with Apache and I would like to know if any one
can help me.&nbsp; I have a web site named <A href="http://www.myname.com">www.myname.com</A>
and a second server, which is a reports server that can give me information via browser, andlets
call it apps.myname.com.&nbsp; Is there a way to access this reports server from the web
server (a link) without changing the name that the client "see" in the Address box of the
browser?&nbsp; Is like accessing <A href="http://www.myname.com/apps">www.myname.com/apps</A>
and get resirected to the apps.myname.com but to ocntinue using the <A href="http://www.myname.com/apps">www.myname.com/apps</A>
URL.&nbsp; </P>
<P>I'm asking this because I want to use an SSL certificate that I have for <A href="http://www.myname.com">www.myname.com</A>
also for the reports server but I don't want to buy a second certificate.&nbsp; </P>
<P>Does anyone knows if this is possible?</P>
<P>Thanks<BR><BR></P></DIV></div><br clear=all><hr>MSN
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