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From Carles Güell <carl...@guellconsulting.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] URL Rewriting Question
Date Wed, 06 Sep 2006 18:41:43 GMT
Hi Mark,

With Zope / Plone yor config in apache should be:

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST}   !^www\.* [NC]
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST}   !^$
RewriteRule ^/(.*)         http://www.%{HTTP_HOST}/$1 [L,R]
ServerName test.com
ServerAlias www.test.com
RewriteRule ^/(.*)
http://192.168.20.130:8080/VirtualHostBase/http/%{HTTP_HOST}:80/$1 [L,P] 

And in your Virtual Host Monster:
www.test.com /thefolderinyourzopeinstance



Or simply use:

RewriteRule ^/(.*)
http://192.168.20.163:8080/VirtualHostBase/http/%{HTTP_HOST}:80/PLONEFOLDER/
VirtualHostRoot/$1 [L,P]



Regards 

Carles Güell

 

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-----Mensaje original-----
De: Mark Phillips [mailto:mark@phillipsmarketing.biz] 
Enviado el: miércoles, 06 de septiembre de 2006 20:26
Para: users@httpd.apache.org
Asunto: [users@httpd] URL Rewriting Question

I have a domain (call it test.com for the purpose of this question - it is
not the real domain) parked with a domain name registrar.
They provide free domain name forwarding. 

I have a server behind our firewall running apache 2.0 and zope/plone with a
plone site (call it plone-site for this question). The server with
plone-site and apache running behind our firewall has an internal address of
192.168.20.130. Zope listens on port 8080, apache listens on port 8081.

The domain registrar forwards test.com to our firewall, which is
58.45.32.9:8081 (again, this is not the actual IP address - I just made this
one up for this question).

Our firewall forwards the request on port 8081 to the apache server
listening on port 8081.

The apache server forwards the request to the zope/plone server on port 8080
(same physical machine).

When I type www.test.com in a browser address bar, I get the plone-site as
expected. However, the address bar displays 58.45.32.9:8081/plone-site and
not www.test.com. I had hoped that with url rewriting and apache I could get
www.test.com in the address bar.

My rewrite rule is:
# rewrite any other access to the zope server using a proxy [P] and add the
VMH magic keywords # use %{SERVER_NAME} instead of test.com to avoid busting
the ServerAlias # %{HTTP_HOST} is bad because it may contain the port
RewriteRule ^/(.*) \
http://192.168.20.130:8080/VirtualHostBase/http/%{SERVER_NAME}:8081/plone-si
te/VirtualHostRoot/$1
[L,P]

which I took from an article describing a similar setup
(http://plone.org/documentation/tutorial/plone-apache).

How can I get www.test.com to appear in the browser address bar when I
access the site?

I realize this is a plone question as well, but I was hoping a url-rewrite
expert might know off the bat what I am doing wrong. Thanks for any help you
can provide!

Mark

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