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From Fernando Michelotti <list_ferna...@dtcom.com.br>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to make Apache server to send request to another web server
Date Fri, 24 Jan 2003 15:18:11 GMT
when using Internet explorer, you need to put the "http://" before your 
IP address or the browser won't understand the request.

try http://4.1.7.1/

Chen, Karen wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I am very new to Apache and if anyone can give me some directions, I would
>be
>very appreciated.
>
>What I am trying to accomplish is when I start a Internet Explorer on my
>laptop and
>specify a URL as mydomain:80(this is where Apache server runs), I want
>something
>can convert this mydomain to a ip address e.g. "4.1.7.1" and send http
>request to that
>host. 
>
>There is a web server running 4.1.7.1. Therefor I want the html contents
>produced
>by 4.1.7.1 through Apache server send back to the IE running on my laptop?
>
>Hope I am not confusing anyone!
>
>Thanks
>
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