Intercept URL and re-direct - possible with Apache mod_proxy?

Intercept URL and re-direct - possible with Apache mod_proxy?

Post by Robert Gil » Mon, 08 Dec 1997 04:00:00



I'd like to redirect proxy users that request
"http://home.netscape.com/home/internet-search.html" to a URL on an
intranet server - is this possible with the Apache 1.2.x proxy module?

TIA!
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1. Re-Direct in Apache

Hi all,

I have some questions regarding Apache server and I hope you can help
me.

The problem is when the user requests for an URL (www.google.com),
this request is routed back to my apache server (intentionally routed
back, this is one of our requirement). However, my apache server (I
give it a server name www.abc.com) does not complains anything about
it. Instead, it returns the client with the web's server default page.
All I want to do is to redirect the client to a default login page
when he/she tries to requests for pages which are not found/valid in
my server.

How can I capture the orignal request which was routed to the apache
server ? So instead of returning the default homepage, how can return
the default login page to the client ? After the user successfully
logins, I will again redirect the user back to the orignial intended
URL.

Please advice.

Thanks,
Paul

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