[clug-talk] Apache VHost question
sgrover at open2space.com
Thu Nov 11 18:35:40 PST 2004
Did some more digging (gotta luv Google), and determined that the wildcard
character is valid.
But that's only half the problem. I'm using ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse to
point traffic to his web server, but if I capture all traffic via the
wildcard approach, and redirect, then won't the traffic arriving at his
server have whatever server name I used with the ProxyPass directive? If so
then his virtual names won't work properly. I'm still stuck on this point...
Any tips are still appreciated.
On Thursday 11 November 2004 19:16, Shawn wrote:
> I have a client hosting his server with me. He wants to be able to have
> sub-domains of his primary domain. He manages his own server via ssh, but
> all web traffic goes through my Apache gateway (then redirected as needed
> by the virutal host names).
> I'm having a problem figuring out how to allow his sub-domains, without me
> needing to reconfigure my VHOSTS everytime he makes a change. For example,
> www.xyz.com points to his server. He want's to be able to create arbitrary
> sub-domains like 123.xyz.com, and abc.xyz.com. Does anyone know of a way
> to do this without having to update my gateway's config everytime he
> creates a new sub-domain?
> I'm thinking something like so:
> ServerName xyz.com
> ServerAlias *.xyz.com #not sure if this will work
> Can you do wildcard characters like that? Also, how would I pass the data
> to his server while keeping the HTTP headers intact (so his server can
> handle the virtualhost stuff for him). Or is this a case where I tell him
> he needs to purchase the use of an IP from me? (This is very easy if I
> redirect all traffic on a specific IP to his server.)
> Any tips are appreciated.
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