[horde] Re: Problem with Server name local LAN and Internet

Andreas Oster aoster at novanetwork.de
Tue May 18 08:23:01 PDT 2004

Andreas Oster wrote:

> Jan Schneider wrote:
>> Zitat von andreas oster <aoster at novanetwork.de>:
>>> Hello horde-users,
>>> I have run into a little problem with my horde installation.
>>> Users from inside our company should access the server with
>>> his real name (http://servername.our-local-domain/horde) on port 80.
>>> Users from outside can only access the server with https
>>> through our firewall. The port 443 is NAT-ed from one of our
>>> global addresses to its real local LAN IP. To access the server
>>> we have a special webmail DNS entry. The problem is, that when
>>> someone connects to the server the url in the browser is
>>> rewritten with the local LAN server name, which is obviously
>>> not working for users outside of our local LAN. Is it possible
>>> to have different server names/URLs for local LAN and Internet ??
>> Replace $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] with whatever returns the correct host 
>> name
>> for all cases in registry.php or conf.php (depending on your Horde
>> version).
>> Jan.
>> -- 
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> Dear Jan,
> thank you for your answer.
> But now I have another question :)  If I get you right it is possible to
> assign two/multiple values to $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']. I looked in the 
> conf.php for an instruction how to do this but unfortunately there was 
> no explanation. Do I have to do something like
> $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] = array('LAN-name', 'web-name'); ???
> best regards
> Andreas
Hi Jan,

sorry for the typo, it should have been

$conf['server']['name'] = array('LAN-name', 'web-name');

best regards


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