Originally Posted by 0xCAFEBABE
I really need to be able to access one of my web site by its external IP address instead of its FQDN. The site in question already has a dedicated public/private ip address but each time I try to access it by its external ip adress I get the default shared ip page.
Would it be possible to specify a different document root for a specific private ip instead of the default one (/var/www/sharedip)?
Or any other hack to would let me do this?
Here you are talking about that YOU need it..
I guess an option might be a .htaccesss file in the default website dir set for the "third party payment gateway" IP, and to redirect it to the correct place / path.
Not sure how this is done (if possible at all)
If it's possible, than the "third party payment gateway" needs to have a fixed IP!