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From Webadmin <webad...@salam2u.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Help needed
Date Mon, 24 Feb 2003 14:29:41 GMT
Hello All;
I'm writing this email after getting sick of the DDOS attack that I'm getting 
on our Apache server, I'm thinking of an apache setup that can do the 
following, when a certain client requests X ip and the X ip is on the attack 
status it should redirect it to Y server which would be running apache but 
there is no data is of server X stored into Y, the Y apache server would just 
be used as "webrouter" as I should say :-) it only take the request and 
forwards it to the other X server where all the data and scripts is stored 
there.
I kept on looking for such thing but I don't know what is this process called, 
and I've found a solution describing about the NFS mount points. I wonder 
will do any good


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WebAdmin, Salam2U.com

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