hostheader. This is quite common for servers that are hosting several virtual hosts.
hostheader in the headers editor to test for virtual hosts. Another option is to alter the system's
hostsfile to create a mapping but this usually requires administrative privileges. In ARC, however, recommended way of doing this is to define custom host rules that map parts of your URL to some other value but keep the original URL to generate a host header when connecting to a server.
host.comyou would be connecting to
127.0.0(localhost). However, when the HTTP message is constructed, the original URL value is used to set a value for the
hostheader which in this example will be
fromfield enter the part of the URL that should be replaced with another value. It doesn't have to be a hostname only. It can be a full URL or a part of it.
http://127.0.0.1. Notice that we are not only changing the host but also the scheme.
https://host.com/index.htmlURL against defined rules. The result shows that the expected result is
host.comin the URL and the connection is made to the localhost.