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    Smile How to redirect a request to a different server on network


    Hi All
    I am relatively new to Linux admin - I would like to know how to redirect a URL request to a different server thats on my network.
    Our primary application server (Suse 7.3 - running Apache ) is where our website is located on.
    eg. www.abcd.com

    I have installed an new application on a Redhat server (running Tomcat application server) which is working on our internal network as eg. http://rht01:8080/NewApp.


    But what I need to do is be able to access the new application from the internet. - so that if someone types in the URL - based on the example I using above: www.abcd.com/NewApp - they will be able to access the new installed application on the Redhat server.

    Any help would be most appreciated. If possible indicate the files that I need to modify and the directives needed.

    Cheers from DownUnder
    Mervyn (Auckland NZ)

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    Cool Accessing new application..!

    Hey check this link it might help you out--->

    1.
    Apache Tomcat 4 - Manager App HOW-TO

    2.
    mod_alias - Apache HTTP Server

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