We had a small Confluence instance that was used by a single division of the company and we migrated to a new instance that is for the whole company. As part of these changes the basic url was changed from confluence.X.com to confluence.Y.com where X was the division name and Y is the parent company name. We set up a redirect so that external links would continue to function, but they don't.
If you click on a link that points to the old server the user is brought to the new server (so that part of the redirect is working) however, the user is presented with their default page (ex. space directory) instead of the page they want.
Is there a way we can fix this?
If it can be fixed, will it work for urls that specify the page id as well as those that have the page title?
My problem was caused by an incomplete configuration of the proxy
When I created the Vhost, I forgot the $1 variable which means all info after the server Name.
I look forward to finding out what kind of weird thinks can happen with the base url
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