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From G.L...@itcilo.org
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Virtual Host or mod_rewrite
Date Wed, 21 Dec 2005 08:00:23 GMT
> I am a pretty new user to Apache and I set up networks for small 
> businesses (file storage, e-mail, security, etc...). One issue I'm 
> having is that I have a number of services that allow users to 
> complete work remotely and also allow me to administer their servers
> remotely. The downside is that because they're small businesses, 
> they only have one static IP address.
> 
> Here is my question: In order to get domain names to point to the 
> right resources, do I use virtual hosts or mod_rewrite?

Named-based virtual hosts are what you want to use. There is a good 
explanation at http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/vhosts/ on how to 
configure vhosts.

You can then use mod_rewrite inside your vhosts for whatever url 
manipulations you want to do

Regards,

Gaƫl

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