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#1: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 16:47:25 by lynzk

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I'm running an internet webserver using RH Linux and Apache. I've =
also got an ethernet-based intranet 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.5. On one =
of those hubs has another web server that I'd like to get out onto my =
main webserver. The hub I want to be able to use is 192.168.1.4. If I =
type in http://192.168.1.4 from any of the local hubs I can view the =
webpages just fine. Is there some way I can have the main webserver do =
the same? Any help is much appreciated.

Lynne K.
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#2: Re: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 17:36:11 by Jacob Coby

>> I'm running an internet webserver using RH Linux and Apache. I've also
got an ethernet-based intranet 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.5. On one of those
hubs has another web server that I'd like to get out onto my main webserver.
The hub I want to be able to use is 192.168.1.4. If I type in
http://192.168.1.4 from any of the local hubs I can view the webpages just
fine. Is there some way I can have the main webserver do the same? Any
help is much appreciated.<<

Not to be mean, but that doesn't make any sense. What exactly are you
wanting to do? What is the problem here?

-Jacob
http://www.listingbook.com


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#3: Re: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 17:54:47 by lynzk

I have an Apache webserver - mydomain.com with an IP of let's say
216.126.92.25 (anyone can access this from the WWW by typing in their
browser location field http://www.mydomain.com or http://216.126.92.25 ).
I also have on the same server an intranet with sub-nets 192.168.1.1 to
192.168.1.5 (5 port hubs). Connected to one of those hubs is a server
capable of acting as a webserver also. I'd like to be able to access that
hub server from www.mydomain.com which has an IP of 216.126.92.25.

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> >> I'm running an internet webserver using RH Linux and Apache. I've
also
> got an ethernet-based intranet 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.5. On one of
those
> hubs has another web server that I'd like to get out onto my main
webserver.
> The hub I want to be able to use is 192.168.1.4. If I type in
> http://192.168.1.4 from any of the local hubs I can view the webpages just
> fine. Is there some way I can have the main webserver do the same? Any
> help is much appreciated.<<
>
> Not to be mean, but that doesn't make any sense. What exactly are you
> wanting to do? What is the problem here?
>
> -Jacob
> http://www.listingbook.com
>
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#4: Re: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 18:08:11 by Jacob Coby

> I have an Apache webserver - mydomain.com with an IP of let's say
> 216.126.92.25 (anyone can access this from the WWW by typing in their
> browser location field http://www.mydomain.com or http://216.126.92.25 ).
> I also have on the same server an intranet with sub-nets 192.168.1.1 to
> 192.168.1.5 (5 port hubs). Connected to one of those hubs is a server
> capable of acting as a webserver also. I'd like to be able to access that
> hub server from www.mydomain.com which has an IP of 216.126.92.25.

Ok, now we're getting somewhere :)

You've got a few options here (in no particular order):

1) get another IP address
2) configure your NAT box to send another port (say 81) to the outer server.
ie, www.mydomain.com:81 would be the second webserver
3) configure a proxy to send requests to www.mydomain.com/secondserver/ to
the second server, and everything else to the primary server. If you had a
couple domain names, you could make the proxy send everything from
primarydomain.com to the primary server, and everything from
seconddomain.com to the secondary server.
4) use SSI on your primary server to include files from the second server.
So, somefile.shtml could include 192.168.0.2/someotherfile.html.
5) setup a NFS so that DocumentRoot/secondserver is sourced from the
secondserver. www.mydomain.com/secondserver would show up as if it were on
the primary server.

-Jacob
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#5: RE: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 18:32:03 by RDNelson

Jacob:

I agree with your answers, but number 4 confuses me.

> 4) use SSI on your primary server to include files from the second server.
> So, somefile.shtml could include 192.168.0.2/someotherfile.html.

How does this work? As far as I know the only two include-type directives
in SSI are "virtual" and "file". Both require the file is located on the
same server as the parsed, calling file.

Maybe I'm just missing something.

~ Robert


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#6: Re: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 18:48:50 by lynzk

> 1) get another IP address
> 2) configure your NAT box to send another port (say 81) to the outer
server.
> ie, www.mydomain.com:81 would be the second webserver
> 3) configure a proxy to send requests to www.mydomain.com/secondserver/ to
> the second server, and everything else to the primary server. If you had
a
> couple domain names, you could make the proxy send everything from
> primarydomain.com to the primary server, and everything from
> seconddomain.com to the secondary server.
> 4) use SSI on your primary server to include files from the second server.
> So, somefile.shtml could include 192.168.0.2/someotherfile.html.
> 5) setup a NFS so that DocumentRoot/secondserver is sourced from the
> secondserver. www.mydomain.com/secondserver would show up as if it were
on
> the primary server.

- I don't have a NAT box, I am using linux. I have set up IP Masquerading
using ipchains, is that what a NAT box does? Masquerade?



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#7: Re: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 18:49:22 by Jacob Coby

> I agree with your answers, but number 4 confuses me.
>
> > 4) use SSI on your primary server to include files from the second
server.
> > So, somefile.shtml could include 192.168.0.2/someotherfile.html.
>
> How does this work? As far as I know the only two include-type directives
> in SSI are "virtual" and "file". Both require the file is located on the
> same server as the parsed, calling file.

I thought you could use a FQDN in the virtual or file directive? I've never
tried it, just a guess :) I guess it would be a bad idea to allow that.

-Jacob
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#8: Re: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 18:53:25 by Jacob Coby

> - I don't have a NAT box, I am using linux. I have set up IP Masquerading
> using ipchains, is that what a NAT box does? Masquerade?

Yes. I was incorrectly assuming you were using a cable/dsl
router(/firewall) or some other dedicated NAT box. NAT = Network Address
Translation.

-Jacob
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#9: Re: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 19:03:00 by Brian Quinn

This is a very easy thing to acomplish assuming you have a good firewall
setup and a router that is able to do NAT. (my firewall is a PIX 520 which
does both).

If you know what you have let me know and i can't give you examples of the
access lists to use


Brian




At 11:54 AM 9/12/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>I have an Apache webserver - mydomain.com with an IP of let's say
>216.126.92.25 (anyone can access this from the WWW by typing in their
>browser location field http://www.mydomain.com or http://216.126.92.25 ).
>I also have on the same server an intranet with sub-nets 192.168.1.1 to
>192.168.1.5 (5 port hubs). Connected to one of those hubs is a server
>capable of acting as a webserver also. I'd like to be able to access that
>hub server from www.mydomain.com which has an IP of 216.126.92.25.
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jacob Coby" <jcoby@listingbook.com>
>To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
>Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 11:36 AM
>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Intranet To WWW
>
>
> > >> I'm running an internet webserver using RH Linux and Apache. I've
>also
> > got an ethernet-based intranet 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.5. On one of
>those
> > hubs has another web server that I'd like to get out onto my main
>webserver.
> > The hub I want to be able to use is 192.168.1.4. If I type in
> > http://192.168.1.4 from any of the local hubs I can view the webpages just
> > fine. Is there some way I can have the main webserver do the same? Any
> > help is much appreciated.<<
> >
> > Not to be mean, but that doesn't make any sense. What exactly are you
> > wanting to do? What is the problem here?
> >
> > -Jacob
> > http://www.listingbook.com
> >
> >
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#10: Re: Intranet To WWW

Posted on 2002-09-12 19:20:59 by lynzk

Thanks for your advice Jason & Brian :) I will try configuring the forward
through a new port.



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