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Apache::ProxyRewrite possible bug with port numbers on ProxyRewrite

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  • Dwayne Turley
    I ve been kicking around a proxy server here and found your Apache-ProxyRewrite most useful but I have this quirk perhaps you can help with. I m using version
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 1, 2003
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      I've been kicking around a proxy server here and found your
      Apache-ProxyRewrite most useful but I have this quirk perhaps you can help
      with.

      I'm using version 0.17. I've read in the ChangeLog that one of the more
      recent fixes (v0.16) may have been to address the problem I'm encountering.

      Seems as though the ProxyTo doesn't have any trouble with http://host:12345
      and the automatic mappings with the same host:port.

      The ProxyRewrite on the other hand doesn't work with host:port. It's as if
      the pattern matching goes out to lunch, gets amnesia.. something. I've
      also noticed that if I have multiple ProxyRewrite statements the last one
      (provide there's no port number) is the only one being processed.

      Thanks!
      Dwayne

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