[Setup] Re: providing access of Plone site, to both internet

Garth Dahlstrom ironstorm at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 11:40:33 UTC 2006


Use http://effig.org/ everywhere and either have 2 different DNS servers;
one for Intranet and one for Internet that resolve that name to different
IPs OR edit the hostname files on each client to resolve it to a different

The other way to do it would be with an Apache rewrite rule for each IP on
the web server (see Virtual Hosting Monster)...  Plone itself doesn't care
where the request is coming from unless you mess with the AccessRules or
Zope.conf (which don't have any restrictions in them by default).

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On 09/02/06, setup-request at lists.plone.org <setup-request at lists.plone.org >
> Subject: [Setup] Re: providing access of Plone site,    to both internet
>         and intranet people!
> To: Alexander Limi <limi at plone.org>
> Cc: setup at lists.plone.org
> Message-ID: < 9E93E22D-365B-4685-B702-86DEAD99789D at effigent.net>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> Thanks for your quick knock :-)
> I would like to give u a clear cut detail now.
> let's say my plone site can be accessed from both Intranet and internet.
>         eg:<>Intranet)
>               http://effig.org/Effigent(for<http://effig.org/Effigent%28for>Internet)
> In the Effigent portal, now i want to add  a web/hyper link that
> points to some application, so that people in Intranet and Internet
> can access it.
> Here if i give the link address as
> application/(Local I.P. address)
> People in  Internet can't access the link, as it points to a local
> i.p. address.
> And If i give the link address as
> application(External I.P. address)
> People in Intranet can't access the link, as people are restricted to
> intranet and the link it points to an External I.P. address.
> What should be the way?
>                                                         with rgds,
>                                                         ramy.
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