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From Bryan <br...@unitedgaribay.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] ip aliasing and port forwarding
Date Sun, 29 Aug 2004 21:04:25 GMT
On Sunday 29 August 2004 02:54 am, Eugene wrote:
q> Hello Zoe, for example, we are clients of commercial network, they're
> selling fixed IPs and they are owners of routers, DNS servers etc. We have
> IPs from 200.200.200.200 to 200.200.200.205 with subnet mask
> 255.255.255.255 (just example), my DNS address is 210.210.210.210, that
> recieving requests to our
> addresses from 200.200.200.200 to 200.200.200.205. So how I can configure
> my Apache to redirect requests to adress 67.67.67.67 if I'm not owner of
> this address? I dont think that I'm God with this but if we are clients of
> this net that have routers and they assigned five IPs for us how we can use
> the other IP address? If its possible I'd like to use this trick and if you
> know how to figure it out give me to know please. Its really important to
> us. Thank you very much in advance.
>
> Sunday, August 29, 2004, 1:23:42 AM, you wrote:
> > Hiya
> >  
> > Ok maybe I'm being thick - but if you do not have a router then
> > how do you have your network set up to connect to the net? Are you
> > using windows ICS (internet connection sharing) or is your apache
> > server running as a proxy server? Please clarify and I may be able
> > to help. (Although a little off subject, but at the end of the day
> > almost all apache administrators need to know a bit about networks
> > too).
> >  
> > All the best
> >  
> > Zoe
> >  
> > http://zoeballz.net - Website Hosting for the Transgendered Community
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> >
> > From:  Eugene
> >
> > To:robert
> >
> > Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2004 2:34   AM
> >
> > Subject: Re: [users@httpd] ip aliasing   and port forwarding
> >
> >
> >
> > Hi, Robert! What about DNS? I thougth to make this trick by   myself but
> > when you connecting to the net you have your IP registered in   DNS, so
> > how DNS will redirect the browser to this IP if the owner of this   IP
> > somebody else for example? Its miht be possible just locally, in small  
> > local network, like we have in our office building. Anyway, if you will
> > make it - give me to know ;)
> >
> > Saturday, August 28, 2004, 8:01:47   PM, you wrote:
> >> I have a static IP 67.117.202.1 and is mapped   as eth1 on my fedora
> >> linux box. if apache 1.3 listens to this IP   address, I can see my
> >> website from the outside world.
> >>
> >>   What I am trying to do is make an alias for eth1 so that
> >> I have   192.168.1.15 as an alias for 67.117.202.1
> >> and have apache Listen to   192.168.1.15:80
> >> when I point my web browser to   67.117.202.1.
> >>
> >> however, it doesn't seem to work out.
> >> do I   need to mess around with port forwarding ip tables and such to
> >> get this to work?
> >>
> >> My static IP number is not behind a firewall or a   router, it is only
> >> behind a modem.
> >> thanks.
> >>
> >>
> >>
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