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There's the situation :

Intranet hosted here with with a private network address 172.x.x.x.

I have to give access to this intranet to an another site. They add a DNS entry corresponding to 10.x.x.x.

In my firewall I do a NAT of 10.x.x.xto 172.x.x.x.

Because of the NATing I presume that my configuration will continue to listen to the 172.x.x.x address.

Does I have to put a new ServerName on my intranet VirtualHost ?

I read about Proxy too.

I don't know Apache very much. Any help will be appreciated.

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Just add a line to your virtualhost:


and yes, leave the ip and port alone.

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Thanks a lot, that's work very well :) – Patrick Pellegrino Jul 12 '12 at 17:14

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