Hi!

   This [P] suggests that you use mod_proxy. >--------------\
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   As I already said, mod_proxy can't pass environment. >---+--\
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On Thu, 25 Jan 2001, Marcus Mendes wrote:                   |  |
>    RewriteRule ^/(.*) http://myserver:8080/marcus/$1 [P]<-/  |
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> I'm using Zope.cgi with SiteAccess                           |
> In the SiteAcess, I have -> base: http://myserver:8080       |
> and URL : /marcus                                            |
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> How can I pass to my ZServer the REMOTE_ADDR's content?      |
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> -------------------------------------------------------------+------------
> Oleg Wrote:                                                  |
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>   Which way do you connect Apache to Zope? Mod_pcgi? mod_fastcgi?
> mod_proxy? I am afraid if you use mod_proxy - you cannot obtain remote
> address. Or may be there is a way to pass it explicitly to Zope.
>   Other modules (FCGI/PCGI) should pass all neccessary information
> (actually, the entire request environment) by default.

Oleg.
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