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From Jorn Argelo <j...@wcborstel.com>
Subject Re: Newbie questions
Date Thu, 24 Feb 2011 17:11:37 GMT
On 24-2-2011 8:03, Leif Hedstrom wrote:
> On 02/23/2011 10:12 AM, Jorn Argelo wrote:
>> Yes I sorta thought I was a bit vague on this one, but let me 
>> describe a more practical scenario:
>>
>> We have a typical setup, where www.example.com is used both 
>> internally and externally, and both internal and external are using 
>> the same squid installation to access the website. I guess this is a 
>> typical standard setup really, but just to make sure it's clear:
>>
>> (internet/internal) ->  squid -> apache
>>
>> Apache is responding on www.example.com, but DNS-wise www.example.com 
>> is pointing to squid internally and externally.
>>
>> So my question is: How would I achieve the same in ATS? Setting the 
>> pristine host header config is clear, but it is not clear to me how I 
>> achieve a similar setup in the remap.config:
>>
>> map http://www.example.com http://???????
>
> Is Apache HTTPD running on the same host as Squid but on a different 
> port? Then the map rule would be e.g.
>
>     map http://www.example.com http://localhost:8888
>
>
> Somehow, you need to tell which host:port it should connect to, to be 
> able to reach the Apache HTTPD server. If port is not specified, it 
> defaults to :80 (for http).  Makes sense?
>
> -- Leif
>
Ah right, I forgot to say that one :)

They will be dedicated servers for ATS, so there will be no local apache 
running at all. I will have to specify a remote server at all times 
(which uses the same host header as explained above).

Thanks for the help so far Leif.

Jorn

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