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From Mohan Narayanaswamy <mohanmaill...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Two servers on Port 80 on same machine?
Date Thu, 23 May 2002 05:45:37 GMT
hi,
 As in socket programming concept two different types
of socket can run in same port. i.e, Datagram socket
and Tcp.sockets can listen the same port. but two
streamsockets(tcpsockets) can't listen the same port
in the same machine. so no two web server in port 80
can run at the same time.
It is impossible. I am sure of  it.

with warm regards
Mohan N

--- Khalid El-Kary <khalid_kary@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> i won't tell u much, all i know, the two servers
> shouldn't be running 
> together i mean u can put them on the same port but
> they don't run together, 
> apache is running so websphere should be closed and
> vice versa, that's all i 
> know, expert :)
> infact it's impossible as Apache manual themselves
> said it is impossible !
> 
> >From: Brian Capouch <brianc@palaver.net>
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> >Please forgive me for asking, since I'm sure enough
> digging would reveal
> >the answer.  Long story, but an Important Person
> just said, "I need to
> >know right now."
> >
> >We run a vanilla Apache server on Port 80. 
> Management wants to add a
> >WebSphere server, on the same box (Solaris/Sun) but
> under a different IP
> >address.
> >
> >Not taking into account how complex it might be,
> can it even be done?
> >
> >Thanks in advance for any information that might be
> forthcoming.  I'm
> >the "expert" around here, but in this case I don't
> have a clue, although
> >at least in theory it doesn't seem like it ought to
> be a problem.
> >
> >Thx.
> >
> >B.
> >
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