in the end ... can i do that ?
i can use rinetd for port
redirect but this way i lose the IP source .... and my web application
use this IP source for some sort of filters and for some sort of
On 6/28/07, cosmih <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Why not? Is anything listening on .232?
why not what ?
why not "
https://172.16.20.232/somedir/somefile.html?ART1=val1&ART2=val2&ART3=val3" it is not working ?
172.16.20.232 machine is apache daemon running and it listening on this IP only on 443 port
why it is not working ? because on this apache it is an vhost configured and only for secure.myhost.com
apache repond to the querys
moreover the SSL Certificate from verisign is only for
secure.myhost.com host and if i make apache respond to the querys who contain the IP in url the browser it warn about the difference between
the CN attribute from certificare and the host from url
and i want to do that redirect to be unobserved by the client browser