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Reverse proxy apache with .net site have problems

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hi i'm using apache 2.1.x along in fedora 13 as reverse proxy. The jsp and normal html simple sites loads fine but the .net sites has problems in loading. what is wrong ? how do i rectify this problem. let me know if you need the http.conf file.
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The issue is not with the reverse proxy since all it does is pass traffic through.
You need to determine why the .net application is having issues and what the issues are.
Look at the source of the page you load and see whether there are explicit reference to the internal IP of the squid proxy.
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