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From Kees Nuyt <k.n...@zonnet.nl>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Using mod_rewrite to control the browser address barWhat Controls What's in a Browser's Address Bar?
Date Sun, 09 Nov 2014 12:05:55 GMT
On Sun, 09 Nov 2014 01:22:36 -0500, you wrote:

> Now my named virtual host is working correctly, I've another problem,
> and I think this is an easy one. It's just a matter of what "flavor,"
> if you will, of the directive to use.
>
> On the site hosting the A-record for my server, the A-record address
> is what shows up in the address bar of a browser when I browse to the
> URL of the named virtual host--i.e., I browse to
> http://www.example.com but the address that shows up in the address
> bar when I get there is the one in the A-record (e.g., 11.22.33.44),
> making the address bar show "http://11.22.33.44/". I'm thinking
> mod_rewrite fixes this, right? If so, which of the several ways of
> using it will do the substitution of 11.22.33.44 with www.example.com?
> Also, how do I find out for certain if the mod_rewrite module is even
> installed and loaded? I don't find a .load file for it in
> mods-enabled, making me think it might not be installed.
>
> Thanks again and as always for any and all assistance.

I think Rewrite is overkill.
Perhaps something like CanonicalName is better:

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/core.html#usecanonicalname

-- 
Regards, 

Kees Nuyt


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