I wanted to set it up so that if you go to http://svr2.vrillusions.com/ it forwards to http://vrillusions.dyndns.org:888/ (my home server). That I got running all fine. But is there any way to set it up so that the address bar always says the svr2 address? It’s more or less just a visual thing to look like the two servers are closer related then what they really are.
thinking out loud…
What if I made an actual domain out of it instead of just an alias, perhaps there is a way in the .htaccess file to say basically that svr2.vrillusions.com is actually vrillusions.dyndns.org:888 but don’t say that to the browser (ie mask that actual address)
To see what I mean, go to http://server2.vrillusions.com/ and it will then immediately change the path to http://vrillusions.dyndns.org:888/. What I want to have happen when you type http://server2.vrillusions.com/ that it always shows that. I could just setup a frame, but the problem there is you can’t see the true path, it would just always say http://server2.vrillusions.com/
another think out loud
I know there’s another option to mirror a domain, maybe it’s possible to have it act like it’s mirroring vrillusions.dyndns.org and keep the address.