I've setup wiki.example.com (on the remote web server, accessible to the world) to redirect with 301 .htaccess to 192.168.1.x/cgi-bin/foswiki/view (on internal server, accessible only via the LAN).
Is there any way, either on the local or remote, that I can mask the local IP?
So the user would see
in their address bar, and not
Both are linux servers running Apache2
In response to the questions below: @Zoredache - we don't have an internal DNS server, so the fqdn doesn't get reliably resolved. I might have something wrong in the setup. You can use netbios names for the windows machines on the network just fine, but the linux machines don't respond 90% of the time.
@Dennis - Below is the current .htaccess on our remote web server
redirectMatch 301 ^(.*)$ http://192.168.1.x/foswiki redirectMatch permanent ^(.*)$ http://192.168.1.x/foswiki
Maybe I'm not going upon this the right way. Setting up an internal DNS Server is not an option at this time.