Hello, first post forgive my ignorance but this is driving me crazy. I have a mac mini server 10.6.8. I am trying to run multiple websites that can be access locally through a legit domain name, lets say 123.xyz.info. the domain and subdomains are registered, and can be forwarded to the WAN IP of the router which forwards traffic to the mini. From the internet all is well. However, these same domains need to be accessible without internet service to the router. They must also be accessible from any client connected to the router without modifying the client (no editing the hosts file or proxy). And worst of all the url's must stay, no IP's for access. I want each client to be able to type in 123.xyz.info in their browser and "ask" the mini if it has that url before "asking" the internet (if connected). It doesn't matter if the solution blocks general internet access to the clients. The only configuration that has been successful in replicating the desired affect is using a osx client as the webhost, lets say its at 192.168.1.130. I enable apache, set up virtual hosts, the inserting the ip 192.168.1.130 into the other clients as the proxy server. This results in all urls going to that computer, if it has a virtual host for it, the site is served with proper url format. If there is not a virtual host for that url it goes no where. I was able to make an original site and use google.com to return the index pages that I set up in different directories on my "webhost". The only problem with this is it requires modification of the other clients to insert the proxy address, and I am not using the server as the webhost. No bueno. Is there a re-direct all http requests from clients of the AEBS to the mini running osx server before going elsewhere?? This seems like the best solution if possible.