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From Eimantas Vaičiūnas <eimantas.vaiciu...@sc.vu.lt>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] HTTP requests..
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2004 15:10:54 GMT
On Thursday 02 December 2004 16:06, Adrian Diett wrote:
> 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,
Set up reverse proxy with permissions only for your intranet
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Eimantas Vaičiūnas
VU Skaičiavimo centras

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