Double question here ... Running on Debian Etch and Apache 2.0 1) Using mod_proxy and/or mod_proxy_http in apache 2.0. The basics of using mod_proxy are pretty simple so long as you're using a static config. I'm trying to figure out how to do it dynamically - that is, allow the entry of a url via a form and proxy THAT url ... Code: ProxyPass /foo http://foo.example.com/bar ProxyPassReverse /foo http://foo.example.com/bar ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ This needs to be entered via form This would be a simple page that has a drop-down list to select the outgoing interface (see part 2) and box to enter a url. Clicking the button would fetch the url using the selected interface. 2) Force a mod_proxy outgoing connection to use a specific local interface (eth0:1, eth0:2 and so on) each with its own IP address/network. The local box this would be on would have several IP addresses configured via aliases. The form selection would allow the redirection/proxy to go out over a specific interface/address. This would let us validate the traffic paths and let the target site customize the content to the incoming source IP address. Any ideas as to where to look to figure this out ? Thanks - D.