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From Victor Tsang <vic...@outblaze.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] HELP for balancing execution of HTTP Request
Date Mon, 20 Jan 2003 02:52:45 GMT
I think you can try using mod_rewrite to internal proxy the request the
this application server.


Tor.

Ahmed ALAMI wrote:
> 
> Hello everyone,
> 
>         We have a customer who wants to access to our Websphere Application server.
>         To access the application server, we have a machine where apcahe HTTP server
is installed and an other where this application server is installed.
> 
>         The solution is to give to the customer an URL to connect to the Apache HTTP
server that can map to application server without making a complete redirection beacuse the
second machine is invisible outside the network. So, we would like the Apache server to process
the HTTP requests by balancing it to the application server and to present its response.
> 
>         Is it possible to do this with APACHE by configuring a module.
> 
> Thanks in advance for help.
> 
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