I'm not too well versed in Apache, and I'm having problems finding out if I can do what I want to do: Is there a way to use mod_rewrite to redirect a certain URL to a different port on the same sever without changing the URL displayed to the user? Example: Say I want http://myserver/tomcat to redirect to http://myserver:8080, but still keep the URL as http://myserver/tomcat. I've figured out how to do it so it changes the URL, and that seems to be touted as a "feature" of mod_rewrite in the documentation, but I can't find a way to turn it off. Is it possible? If not though mod_rewrite, then maybe some other module?
posted by emptybowl
on Aug 16, 2006 -
30 Year Old Port: What's the best way to get 30-year old port shipped to an Atlanta hotel before early September? Suggestions for what port to send are also welcome. [more inside]
posted by ooga_booga
on Aug 7, 2006 -
Attempting to plug my old hard drive into an enclosure, but I don't know what this port is or how it connects. Pictures inside. [more inside]
posted by sian
on Jun 23, 2006 -
Warning: Networking Geekery Ahead Once upon a time I was able to use VNC viewer (the binary executable, not the java viewer) on my work Windows XP PC to connect to VNC server on my home Windows XP PC via Port 443. This allowed me to view and control my home desktop in a window on my work PC and thereby do an end run around the restrictive web filter/firewall at work. It was slow, but it was still useable and reliable.
I stopped using it for a couple of weeks when I lost my USB key. I recently found it and tried my VNC connection again from work. It doesn't work now. [more inside]
posted by de void
on Jun 2, 2006 -
I need to tighten the connection my mini-firewire cable makes in the jack to stop it from falling out. Unobtrusive suggestions favored; at least one duct tape-based solution expected. [more inside]
posted by electric_counterpoint
on Feb 16, 2006 -
I recently bought a Zoom X3 5660A DSL router/modem/all-in-one to use with my Apple Airport Extreme Base Station for internet. Everything's working fine, except Azureus (Bit Torrent). [more inside]
posted by Marquis
on May 8, 2005 -
Windows 2003 Server: I know how to open a port/ port forward for P2P apps on a router, but does anyone know a simple way to open the same ports so Windows 2003 will allow traffic through them?
posted by yerfatma
on Sep 6, 2004 -