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    Question Apache 2 Question


    I currently have a Ubuntu Server running Apache/2.2.3 and it serves web pages through the use of its virtual host capabilities. My room mate has setup his own Apache Server to develop on. I was curious is there a way create a virtual host that would in turn submit the requests to his machine, more of a proxy than a redirect.

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    this could be as easy as putting a redirect script in http://yourmachine/friends/index.html that redirects to your friends machine.

    If you are wanting both to be served using the same dns name, http://yourmachine/yourstuff and http://yourmachine/friends without redirecting to a different IP or name then you need mod_proxy
    mod_proxy - Apache HTTP Server

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    Ok, I am using the proxypass directive to redirect to my friends server. It works very well with one exception. Here is the layout.

    <root>
    ..<images>
    ..<docs>
    ..<asp> (proxypass)

    When a user types in http://serveraddress/asp it does not redirect to http://serveraddress/asp/. This does work with any of the other directories. Below is my proxy configuration:

    Code:
            ProxyRequests Off
    
            <Proxy *>
                    Order deny,allow
                    Allow from all
            </Proxy>
    
            ProxyPass /asp/ http://192.168.1.21:82/
            ProxyPassReverse /asp/ http://192.168.1.21:82/
    I have tried changing the above to
    Code:
            ProxyPass /asp http://192.168.1.21:82/
            ProxyPassReverse /asp http://192.168.1.21:82/
    to no avail.

    Any ideas?

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