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Subject [users@httpd] Accessing my website internally
Date Mon, 18 Jul 2005 19:16:52 GMT

Hello everyone,
I have my web site up and running without any issues.  But my Question is

How do I access my site on my local network without the outside connection.
The WEB server is on the same physical network. This means not going out to

I have several virtual host entries and to access them I have to go out to
my ISP and back.  I turn off my port forwarding and access is shut off.  I
understand this.  The default virtual host, which is the first host, does
respond. Locally I type and I see my apps that are
internal only. All of this is correct so far but I want to turn off outside
connection still have my other virtuals.  I have tried my host file but
this does not work.

Can someone help me,
 Mike Edwards
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