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Accessing Website behind firewall through another website on the same network

Accessing Website behind firewall through another website on the same network

Accessing Website behind firewall through another website on the same network

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Hi we recently upgraded our web server and CMS. The problem is that the old server still has forms that we customers to access. The new web server took the name and IP of the old. We requested that the IP given to the old server be opened on 80 by our Network IT Admins, however they have refused.

Is there a way to use our new web server to give access to the forms hosted on the old server?

The other complication is that the new server is running Joomla via Xamp while the old is running IIS.


Thanks

RE: Accessing Website behind firewall through another website on the same network

Look at proxy rewrite

This document supplements the mod_rewrite reference documentation. It describes how to use the RewriteRule's [P] flag to proxy content to another server. A number of recipes are provided that describe common scenarios.

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/rewrite/proxy...

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