Re:Re: W2K +IIS +MS Proxy Standalone server Solution

happy to have your advice and wisdom about how you can solve my problem.

as stated I have a sbs2003 server fronting my lan with a linux apache server running XOOPS on an intenal ip address.

How do I get sbs 2003 to direct traffic to this internal ip address.

*cant use port redirection because the XOOPS modules dont work.

*cant use host header because this is a redirection not forward (eg redirects external users to look on their own lan for the internal ip address)

*cant forward to a windows share because it is a linux server (could of course run a winxp web server).

looking forward eagerly to your instructions.

My Xoops site

Re:Re: W2K +IIS +MS Proxy Standalone server Solution

I replied to your PM. I wish I had saved a copy to paste here (hmm, an outbox would be nice..).

Bottom line is that the URL as seen in the browser must match the XOOPS_URL setting in mainfile.php including any port number if not 80.

Internal users should resolve to the internal IP while using the same URL as external users. An internal only version of the domain or an entry in each pc's hosts file will do the trick.

I have no idea about the specifics of SBS but the basics are the same.
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Re:Re: W2K +IIS +MS Proxy Standalone server Solution
  • 2006/10/18 15:57

  • lander88

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good Quote:

DonXoop wrote:
Just a not for the records, port redirection wont work to an internal linux server.

Sure you can. I don't know what you're using to redirect but I never had trouble with firewalls and SOHO routers and even pcs.



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