Re: 'masking' or 'hiding' am ip address from a web browser

From: Fernando D. (
Date: 10/27/03

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    Bryan Sultanik wrote:
    > How can I mask or hide my ip address behind a 'friendly name' when users
    > access my web app via web browser. Currently, when they hit the app, their
    > browser shows instead of 'myserver'. I am running Web logic 7
    > on a Win2k server, have specifically chosen not to register the server in
    > our enterprise DNS for security reasons.
    > Thanks in advance.
    > --Bryan
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    I read some of the recent posts and didn't see anything about HOSTS
    files. This is another way to do it without a DNS server. It's
    administrative intensive if you switch IP's often, if not then it's a
    one time deal.

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