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Old 07-24-2004, 06:29 PM   #1
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Apache redirect (special case)

This is a bit different that the other "Apache redirect" posts I found on this forum. I take as example and as remote webserver.

1. My domain service provider owns my domain This is redirected to my home IP. The domain service provider has set a frameset because then the clients of the website will always see as the URL. This is an option I want to keep! I want my clients to see instead of

2. My linux PC at home. Which ports do I have to open? I want to set up a mailserver on the linux PC at home, but ALL the webtraffic I want to redirect to an remote webserver, WITHOUT it costing my lots of bandwith. How do I do that? What's the best mailserver? Qmail, Sendmail or Postfix?

3. I can only upload files to the remote webserver (I don't have a shell).

* I want my clients to 'see' my URL (
* I don't want huge upload/download on my home PC
* I need to redirect webtraffic
* What's the best mailserver? ----> home linux PC ----> remote webserver


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