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The technology you are looking for is called Name Based Virtual Hosting.


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The cable modem isn't performing the port forwarding, the Airport is. You need to port forward 72.68.0.10:8000 to 10.0.1.10:8000.


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Alan Bates, Generally speaking yes you need to modify your DNS for other LAN clients in your network to know how to reach the website. An easy way to think about it is the setting you create in IIS tell the web server what IP address and host name your website to answer to. It does NOT tell other LAN clients how to reach your website. LAN clients send the ...


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It turns out the difference in response length is a methodological one. I didn't notice the Apache server was returning all 301 codes during this test, because the URLs were being re-written. I had to change the server URL and path to exactly match what the re-write rules enforce. After that, the content lengths matched up perfectly, and the Apache server ...



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