We host several sites for clients and some of these clients we also provide internet access to...WE give them a range of IP addresses.
I am fairly new to Linux and I don't quite see how this is all being done. Here is the problem I am faced with. The site in question has a website that is hosted on a machine located on their site instead of here. They are getting ready to go to another hosted solution that will have a different URL entirely. However, they want to leave a forwarder from the current site.
I was told that this was controlled by our main Redhat server somehow. In other words, our webserver has forwarded to their ip address/website.
Can I place a forwarder on our main web server to the new site for them?
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