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Posted on 2011-09-22
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Hi experts.
I have an apache2 webserver running with serveral virtual hosts on port 80. I just installed a NAS on the network, that also need to use port 80 to be reached from wherever we want.
How can I make apache2 redirect lookups to the NAS on the same internal network? The goal here is to get to the webpages and NAS from the internet. Is there a rewrite_mod command I can use?
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If the NAS has it's own web server listening on port 80 then there is nothing that your apache server can help with.

You need to:
A.  Use a different port for the NAS
or
B.  Use a different IP for the NAS
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Ok. Thanks for the quick response.
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