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point virtual host to different internal address

Not quite sure I'm understanding what you're getting at. You've obviously got a vhost on port 80, but how you're accessing it is unclear:

a) You're somewhere "outside" your network, and the url in your browser is

http://yourserver:10002/some/page/on/server

and you want that request transparently rewritten, so that the browser receives the page hosted at

http://yourserver:80/some/page/on/server

?

or b) the other way around?

If it's a), then you've got your proxypass/vhost stuff reversed. You'd need to set up a <VirtualHost *:10002>, to serve up port 10002 to your external users. And then a proxypass to redirect that traffic to the equivalent :80 site. Plus still have a port 80 vhost to handle those internally-redirected requests.

If it's b), then it should be working, though you'd still need to set up a <VirtualHost> for port 10002.





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