SQUID - redirect to local webserver
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2004 14:47:28 +0200
i had no success with google and ansking a german newsgroup :-(
FreeBSD 4.10 Router (IPF, SQUID, BIND)
- 2 Interfaces (PPPoE and LAN)
- Dyndns.org Domain
- Squid is running as transparent proxy
so far so good working perfectly
There is a development apache server in my LAN.
I have to make it accessible fom the Internet,
which is also working perfectly, performing a redirect
on the outside interface port 80 to port 80 apache server.
I want to access the local webserver using the same
URL as from the outside blabla.dyndns.org.
No, I don't want to use the local hosts file.
How can I tell Squid to 'redirect' calling a certain URL?
AFAIK there is no chance in IPF to do something like domainbased routing?
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