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From "Lynne K." <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Intranet To WWW
Date Thu, 12 Sep 2002 16:48:50 GMT

> 1) get another IP address
> 2) configure your NAT box to send another port (say 81) to the outer
> ie, would be the second webserver
> 3) configure a proxy to send requests to to
> the second server, and everything else to the primary server.  If you had
> couple domain names, you could make the proxy send everything from
> to the primary server, and everything from
> to the secondary server.
> 4) use SSI on your primary server to include files from the second server.
> So, somefile.shtml could include
> 5) setup a NFS so that DocumentRoot/secondserver is sourced from the
> secondserver. would show up as if it were
> the primary server.

- I don't have a NAT box, I am using linux.  I have set up IP Masquerading
using ipchains, is that what a NAT box does?  Masquerade?

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