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From Nathan Neulinger <nn...@umr.edu>
Subject Re: arrrrgh!
Date Sun, 04 Aug 1996 22:13:24 GMT
>> >The problem is this: Let's say I have a server, running on port
>> >8080. Let's call it www.one.com. Now, lets say I set up a Host: header
>> >based server, on the same IP address and port, called www.two.com. Now
>> >let's say someone uses MSIE 3.0b2 to access
>> >http://www.two.com:8080/. MSIE sends "Host: www.two.com", Apache
>> >interprets that as port "80", ignores the port number, and serves up
>> >the content of www.one.com.
....

>We've already covered this. Read a little more carefully and realise that the
>server does exactly what you think it should.

Woops.. yeah, you're right... :) It is my opinion then that it should stay
that way.

-- Nathan

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Nathan Neulinger                  Univ. of Missouri - Rolla
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