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From Jeff Beard <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] outbound ip
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 23:59:17 GMT
Responses go out the same physical interface, not necessarily the same 
IP. I'm guessing that the IP address that is associated with the packets 
going back are defaulting to the non-virtual IP assigned to the physical 
interface. I'm guessing here, but it seems plausible and may be OS 

If you want the really separate you need two network cards and bind each 
vhost to it's own physical interface/IP address.


Delagarza, John wrote:
> Is there any way to specify what IP the out going request goes out on?
> I have a linux box with two IP's...two virt hosts.
> one of them proxies to another server, can I specify what IP to go
> out on?
> both virt hosts (IP based) go out on the same IP as of now.

Jeff Beard | Systems Architecture, Programming, Management
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