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From Vincent Aumont <vincent.aum...@vsl.ca>
Subject Re: Redirecting request.
Date Tue, 04 Nov 2003 06:21:47 GMT

You should consider front-ending you application with Apache (with  
mod_rewrite, mod_proxy, or mod_jk2).
Alternatively, you can use your favorite firewall to rewrite incoming 
requests.
IvanLatysh wrote:

>Hello, Vincent!
>You wrote to "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org> on Sat, 01 Nov
2003 15:17:39 -0800:
>
> VA> Have you considered Apache's  mod_rewrite?
>
>I am not running Apache, Tomcat only.
> 
> >> How I can redirect incoming request from one virtual host to another.
> >> For example I have : "host.dm", "www.host.dm", "www1.host.dm" I need
> >> to redirect all incoming requests to "host.dm"
> >> Alias doesn't work for me, because we have SSL certificate only for
> >> "host.dm"
>
> >> Is there are any default way to redirect the requests ?
>
>
> 
>---
>Regards
>Ivan[a]yourmail.com
>
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