On 5 Aug 2004, at 14:11, CPH wrote:
> On Thursday 05 August 2004 12:43, Niall O Broin wrote:
>> On 5 Aug 2004, at 12:27, Hugh Mc Gauran wrote:
>>> A lot of hosting companies are offering stealth redirection
>>> facilities... Say I have www.hidebehindme.com redirecting to
>>> www.iwanttobehidden.com/test/test/123.html but www.hidebehindme.com
>>> always displayed in the address field.
>>>>>> Does anyone know how they are doing this? Are they using a specific
>>> product or is it something they are implementing server side say
>>> the use of frames etc.
>>>> IIRC you can do this with Apache but the name of the precise mechanism
>> eludes me I'm afraid. I know I saved an email about this recently but
>> finding it again . . . .
>> Is it apache "rewrite" rules you are thinking of ?
No, it was Proxypass as bobb reminded me. I don't know if you can use
rewrite rules across servers.
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