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Problems with apache and tomcat behind a router

 
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Hello, I made a search for my problem but couldn't find anything so I decided to post.
I'm running Apache and Tomcat on a win2k machine which are placed behind a DI-604 router.
I've connected the apache and the tomcat using a JK. The problem is that I'm not sure what my host should be? I have a dyndns that points at my ip from my isp. when I access plain html (that is placed in tomcats directories) it works fine but as soon as I access a .jsp it doesn't work and I get the following errormessage:
"No Host matches server name puma.kicks-ass.org
Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.
Additionally, a 400 Bad Request error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request."
I have set the internal ip to the server as the host in server.xml and it works if I access the jsp with the local ip (http://192.168.0.158/examples/jsp/dates/date.jsp). if I access with (http://puma.kicks-ass.org/examples/jsp/dates/date.jsp)
Summary:
I can access plain html on the tomcat with my dyndns but not .jsp.
I can access both plain html and .jsp using the internal ip.
I hope someone can help me here. I'm going crazy over here

adding the essential parts of server.xml
 
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did you try :
<host name="puma.kicks-ass.org" ...
 
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I used puma.kicks-ass.org first but then it didn't work. tried several other things that didn't work. Using the internal ip instead worked but not on everything. I realized today that I didn't replace puma.kicks-ass.org everywhere in server.xml and when I did that it worked fine
 
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