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Old 24th April 2009, 22:12
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Default How to share web content between internal and external domains

I have a Debian/Lenny server running ISPConfig3 (very nice product by the way, can't wait for the documentation)

I want to be able to serve the content from the same /web/ folder to external and internal users. The external ip xx.xx.xxx.217, and the internal ip for the server is 192.168.0.101. How exactly do I configure this?

(Basically I want to be able to see exactly how these pages are looking on my production server without having to use a proxy server to look in from outside my network.)

Hopefully I'm asking this clearly enough. Thanks in advance.
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