Hi Guys,

Currently the setup works for a single domain name. However I want it to
work for multiple and also each domain is associated to a different back
end server.

Kind Regards,

Dan


Sunil S wrote:

>I suppose what Henrik has written is the MOST appropriate, Please try
>that out.
>
>I am now using squid-3.0 for internal virtual hosts and it works like
>dream. I had used the setup I suggested in my earlier mail, with IP
>based hosts + name based virtual host in my private network + squid
>2.4.
>
>Still, in case you wish to use the redirect script, the following could
>be a simple example:
>-----------------------
>#!/bin/perl
>$|=1;
>while(<>){
>s@http://host.domain.com@http://10.10.10.10:8880/path@i; #
>10.10.10.10 - your private IP, 8880 - port etc...
>s@http://host.domain.com@http://host.domain.com:81/path@i; # To a
>different port
>s@http://host.domain.com@http://anotherhost.anotherdomain.com@i;
>print;
>}
>-----------------------
>Those which are not re-written by redirector script will be fetched by
>squid looking up at /etc/host.
>
>Once again, Henrik's mail seems to be the most appropriate set up
>according to me.
>
>Regards
>
>Sunil
>
>
>
>>>>Daniel Czarnecki 04/18/04 06:24AM >>>
>>>>
>>>>

>Will this work for named hosts configuration on Apache?
>
>Also could you send me an example redirection script?
>
>Or give can you give me an example of it's output?
>
>For 1. do you mean the external ip to the Squid box? Or do I need to
>create a
>DNS entry the same as the hosts file on the dns server?
>
>
>
>>1. Configured DNS to resolve all internal server's names to squid.
>>2. On squid, populated these names in /etc/hosts with private IP
>>addresses of the servers. (so that when squid fetch a page it is
>>
>>

>fetched
>
>
>>from private network)
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