| 11:47 pm on Mar 17, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Welcome to WebmasterWorld Salvatore.
I think mod_rewrite will solve both of your problems.
Check out these links:
| 11:50 pm on Mar 17, 2002 (gmt 0)|
You could point your domain name to your dynamic IP address. There are a lot of services that do this kind of thing, and maybe one of them at [dmoz.org] would help you out.
| 1:02 pm on Mar 18, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Thanks for the replies.
I dont want to be dependant of one more service like eg dynip, so i decided to use modrewrite.
But i run into problems, cause i'm a 1day old beginner.
I tried this in htaccess:
rewriteRule ^(.+) [220.127.116.11...] [L,R]
but received an internal server error when i call [mydomain.com....]
when i call [18.104.22.168...] my webserver is responding.
| 1:39 pm on Mar 18, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Just found the problem:
my webhoster doesnt allow mod_rewrite.
Is there another way to realize that?
| 2:44 pm on Mar 18, 2002 (gmt 0)|
1 as amoore: > You could point your domain name to your dynamic IP address
2 Assuming you are allowed to use perl and more particularly the LWP module you could set your error document to be a perl script that goes off and gets your pages.
| 9:57 pm on Mar 18, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Hi Salvatore, we're pleased to have you join us at WebmasterWorld! :)
If your host permits, you may be able to use a Redirect instead of a Rewrite. Redirect commands rely on the mod_alias module, not mod_rewrite, so this may be available to you. Check with your host.
The Apache documents for mod_alias are here [httpd.apache.org] and I suspect you'll need the RedirectMatch directive. Additionaly, some discussion and examples are available here [freebsddiary.org]. These aren't the best examples for your situation but may get you going in a usable direction.
| 10:26 pm on Mar 18, 2002 (gmt 0)|
This works fine with this in htaccess:
RedirectMatch (.*)\.html$ [22.214.171.124$1.html...]
but: the user realizes a change in the adress from [mydomain.com...] to [126.96.36.199...] and the more important thing are search engines, what adress do they take up in their index?? and they realize the redirect i think.