OK, this isn't really a config question. Go easy, I'm new here!
I have a couple of name-based virtual servers set up, Apache 2.0 on
Red Hat 8.0. The Linux machine sits behind a DSL router, along with
a WinXP machine. I've got dynamic ip set up. Everything works great
from the internet; someone looking for www.foo.com gets sent to my
IP address, the router forwards port 80 requests to my Linux box,
Apache sees the name and gets the correct page.
Question is, if I'm sitting at my WinXP box, how can I get www.foo.com?
Right now, if I try to do so, I get the login page for my DSL router
administration, since the request is coming from the LAN. What's
the easiest way to make this work right?