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From "BBF Tech. Support" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Extranet Server?
Date Mon, 07 Jul 2003 01:47:47 GMT
I might me missing something here, but this is basically a no brainer. I have several of both
and some that do both. It's all based on the NIC and the 
address. Oh, not Apache but LGWS. But that doesn't matter

For example If I want a web server for just Intranet then the nic in the apache machine would
be something like And an internal DNS 
server would set the www to the IP.

If I wanted the web site to be both internet and intranet then 2 NICs, one with 192 subnet
and one with an open internet address.

Have I helped.

On Sun, 6 Jul 2003 07:23:13 -0500, Joseph A Nagy Jr wrote:

>On Sunday 06 July 2003 02:53, Jeff Cohen wrote in an attempt to be witty 
>and funny:
>> Advanced ExtraNet Server is a Mandrake package of Apache fully loaded
>> with all the modules.
>> When you get to the default page of it you'll find a link to their
>> homepage.
>> All the best,
>> Jeff Cohen
>> Tel. (416) 917-2324
>> GEJ-IT Networks!
>Mandrake package?
>I already have Apache 2.0.40 on my box. I'm really just looking to set 
>up an intranet and thought that the ExtraNet Server was specifically 
>for that. 
>It's funny. I can run an external website problem but I haven't the 
>faintest clue on how to set up an intranet. Hehe.
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