I have an Apache web server which has a small website on it, http://www.mysite.com. I want to be able to access another machine externally for access to Citrix nFuse. Does anyone know how to (or is there a way to) tell Apache to forward requests to http://www.mysite.com/citrix which is running on another box? The other box is running Windows Server 2003 & IIS 6.
TomDavidson and periwinkle are on the right track. Combined both DNS, and proxy stuff would get you a working solution.
Briefly, there is two options that you could opt for:
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