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From "Adrian Diett" <adi...@mcbr.com>
Subject [users@httpd] HTTP requests..
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2004 14:06:48 GMT
I am new to Apache and am trying to find a solution for the following.
 
I use Apache for my intranet web server.  I have set up an intranet page
that needs to have 2 external webpages displayed in it.  I do not want
to have the user go through a proxy and have to set up all permissions
for each user. Is there a way to tell Apache to go and download the
information and store it so that the page will dispaly from cache when
the user clicks the link?  Another problem is that I only want the users
to be able to see to very specific addresses and not any other address
that they may try to click on when viewing the requested page.  I want
Apache to go and get the page, and only that page, not the user.  Is
this possible?
 
Thank you,
 
 
Adrian Diett
Corporate I.T. Systems Specialist
McBride Metal Fabricating Corporation
305 Patillo Road
Lakeshore, Ontario N8M2L9
p. 519.727.6640 x 232
f.  519.727.2377
 


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