I'm not sure if I want a redirect of a forward here.  I'll explain.  I
have a linux host with multpile IP addresses, and therefore, multiple
DNS names.  I'd like to be able to send requests for a base dns name
with nothing after the .com to a specific application.
 
 http://hmisupportqa.hiw.com <http://hmisupportqa.hiw.com/>   to
http://hmisupportqa.hiw.com/support/SupportServer
<http://hmisupportqa.hiw.com/support/SupportServer> 
 
and
 
http://hmi-qa.hiw.com <http://hmi-qa.hiw.com/>   to
http://hmi-qa.hiw.com/mqsservlet/ViewHdxMsg
<http://hmi-qa.hiw.com/mqsservlet/ViewHdxMsg> 
 
and still allow the standard website to be viewed via 
 
http://adczlnxhmiqa1.hiw.com <http://adczlnxhmiqa1.hiw.com/> 
 
What I don't want is a bad url that redirects other  valid urls such as
http://hmisupportqa.hiw.com/support/DisplayHotelStatus
<http://hmisupportqa.hiw.com/support/DisplayHotelStatus>   back to  the
http://hmisupportqa.hiw.com/support/SupportServer
<http://hmisupportqa.hiw.com/support/SupportServer>   as that would
break the application.
 
Is this possible?  I couldn't really tell from the doc.
 
Thanks,
 
Steve Francis
Technical Advisor - zSeries, zLinux, z/OS
IHG
Alpharetta Data Center
Ph:  770-442-7157
Cell:  770-906-3122
IM: francisihg
 

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