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So, I have a local application that makes a requests to an external web site like

http://files.website.com/files/filename

I don't want to redirect all of files.website.com because it changes dynamically, I just want to redirect only /files/filename to another URL or host.

Is this possible? I know you can redirect an entire domain, such as with the hosts file.

Something I attempted was to use Telerik Fiddler, but the request doesn't even show up in fiddler, even without any filters.

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    does filename have an extension too? or can it be like: myfile.php or just myfile? Then you can use a php or html file as placeholder and put the command inside to redirect. Otherwise, you'll have to work with an .htaccess to redirect one specific filename. – LPChip May 25 '18 at 17:02
  • It has no filetyping, unfortunately. It's just a file on a webserver without any file type. Further note I am not hosting the file, it's on an external network – user2671497 May 25 '18 at 17:06

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