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From Daniel Lopez <dan...@rawbyte.com>
Subject Re: Two servers on Port 80 on same machine?
Date Thu, 23 May 2002 06:15:29 GMT

Guys, don't confuse people on this list.
You can have two servers listen at port 80 as long as they use 
different IP addresses, so cut this thread please.

> 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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> > >Subject: Two servers on Port 80 on same machine?
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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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