Problems Accessing ismap links Outside Local Domain (Tim Evans)
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From: (Tim Evans)
Subject: Problems Accessing ismap links Outside Local Domain
Date: Sun, 23 Jan 1994 09:30:48 -0500 (EST)
Cc: (Tim Evans)
Phone: (410) 569-2825; (302) 695-9353
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We have an internal Web running (not accessible to outside
world) and have run into a curious problem.  The server is the NCSA
httpd server, last-but-one-to-current release.  We have made no effort to
impose any sort of access limits and are using the default 
access.conf file, as distributed with the NCSA server.  The server
is an RS/6000 running AIX 3.2.5.

All hyperlinks on the server, as well as links to other servers
within our corporate network, work perfectly well *EXCEPT* links
to an 'ismap' document.  Except for this one document, all other
hyperlinks work from anywhere in the corporate network.
This ismap document, however, seems only to be accessible
within the immediate local subdomain, and cannot be accessed outside it.
No errors appear in the error log when users in other subdomains
attempt to access it, and no attempts to access this
document from outside the local subdomain appear in the access

If anyone has ideas, please send them along.  Thanks.

Tim Evans                     |    E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.  |    Experimental Station
(302) 695-9353/7395           |    P.O. Box 80357
EVANSTK AT A1 AT ESVAX        |    Wilmington, Delaware 19880-0357