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From "Sai Jai Ganesh Gurubaran" <>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_proxy - "www" insensitive requests - how to?
Date Fri, 10 Nov 2006 05:35:33 GMT
 We are using Apache (2.0.59) as forward proxy.

Have this problem:
	While browsing for

We get 
       The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream
       The proxy server could not handle the request GET

       Reason: DNS lookup failure for:

       Apache/2.0.55 (Unix) Server at Port 8080

<accesslog> - - [02/Oct/2006:11:26:40 +0530] "GET / HTTP/1.1"
200 44 - - [10/Nov/2006:10:11:54 +0530] "GET HTTP/1.1" 502 454 - - [10/Nov/2006:10:11:56 +0530] "GET HTTP/1.1" 502 454
</ accesslog >

	[Fri Nov 10 10:11:54 2006] [error] [client] proxy:
DNS lookup failure for: returned by
	[Fri Nov 10 10:11:56 2006] [error] [client] proxy:
DNS lookup failure for: returned by

But if we by pass the proxy we get the expected content.

After doing some analysis, found that the site opens (with proxy) by
removing the "www" i.e.

Is there anyway (directives) where we can do the way it is "www"
insensitive of the domain names?


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