[typo] How to I set Typo's Blog URL to be relative?
alxx at indigenious.ro
Thu May 24 11:09:12 EDT 2007
This is no longer related to Typo. Anyway: the 'hosts' files which
need altering are on every machine in your house, and in that case,
instead of "127.0.0.1" you need to use the server IP which is visible
from inside your house. Therefore, you'd need to add that line into
the respective 'hosts' files of all the computers in your LAN.
Alternatively, if you have access to the DNS server that you're using
(for instance, if your router has this feature), you can set up this
pseudoroute inside that DNS; then all computers which it serves in
your house would be redirected to the internal IP when they navigate
On May 24, 2007, at 5:59 PM, Eamon Ford wrote:
> Thanks for your response -- but wouldn't that work only if I'm
> accessing the hostname from the server itself? In my case, I don't
> actually use the server for anything except, well, serving. So I need
> to be able to do something like this for all the computers in the
> house. Is this possible?
> On May 23, 2007, at 11:59 PM, Alex Deva wrote:
>> Hi Eamon,
>> A workaround -- which works if your public IP also has a hostname --
>> is to use that hostname instead of the public IP, when not from home;
>> then, in your /etc/hosts file (or wherever Windows keeps the
>> equivalent file these days) you add an entry like this:
>> 127.0.0.1 insert-public-hostname-here
>> What this does is: it overwrites your machine's default use of DNS
>> when looking up that particular hostname, and instead always goes to
>> localhost for it.
>> And then you configure the blog absolute URL:
>> If you don't have a hostname and don't want to buy an entire domain
>> for your public IP, ask someone to lend you a subdomain. That's free
>> and easy. But normally your ISP should assign you a hostname too,
>> with that public IP.
>> On May 24, 2007, at 5:51 AM, Eamon Ford wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm running Typo 4.1.1 on my own server, but because of my modem
>>> (Actiontec is really bad), I have to access my blog using the
>>> IP address of the server if I'm behind the modem, and my public IP
>>> address from anywhere else. Normally this wouldn't be so much of a
>>> problem, except for this fact: when I set the "Blog URL" on the Typo
>>> admin page to be the private IP, nobody who isn't behind my modem
>>> access the links. But if I set it to be my external IP, I can't
>>> access the links from behind my modem.
>>> So my question is, can I set the Blog URL to a relative url, and if
>>> so, how?
>>> Thanks in advance.
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