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Redirecting to new URL via old URL on local machines
How to let users type a domain, and have it forward them elsewhere
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msg:602347
 12:02 pm on Mar 16, 2004 (gmt 0)

On our local network, I need to set something up so that when www.domain.com is entered (in IE, as thats the only browser used internally) it will redirect to www.domain.com/newdomain or www.newdomain.com - the nature of the work means I can't just throw a [js/meta/ss] redirect on the domain.com, because I don't have access to that department's domain set.
Its stupid.
I've thought about hosts and lmhosts files, but I can't seem to get it to work, at any rate (hosts doesn't let you use names instead of IP addresses, for obvious reasons) but I'll keep plugging away at it.

Can anyone suggest anything? It must be doable, because in the past I've had the peons moan after they've installed spyware which has hijacked certain URLs. (One person seems to keep reinstalling the spyware, the churlish prat)

 

choster




msg:602348
 2:32 pm on Mar 16, 2004 (gmt 0)

If you do local DNS resolution through a proxy server, you can point to the correct IP there. Or you can edit the hosts files to point to the correct IP. What's wrong with using the IP?

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