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We have a number of virtuel webs on a Apache (Free BSD).

Everything is working fine except that we have found out that all the webs are not to be seen from a IE 2.0.

I suspect that it could have something to do with the way we have set up the httpd.conf or other Apache properties.

Please help us.

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Nope, its not Apache,

its IE2.

IE2 is a very rudimentary webbroser and simply wont all the commands from the server

Peace
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that is:

"wont handle all the commands from the server"
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I understand what you are telling me I do appreciate, that IE2.0 is not the ideal browser, BUT....

Some webpages _can_ be read by IE2.0, why not any of the ones we have on our Apache web server ??


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I have asked around and found tha answer myself.

It is because IE2.0 does not support virtual IP numbers, and as we have virtual IP numbers on the Apache web servers they don't show on the IE2.0 !!

Tough luck for IE2.0 users, because we have done what RIPE tells us to do!
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