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From kulkarni veena <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Two apache web servers on one physical machine.
Date Tue, 18 Feb 2003 20:51:51 GMT
Thanks for the reply.

But since SSL has to be enabled on both which talks
through port 443, i was wondering how will that be
seperated for the two servers.

And, I have one constant IP address.


 Boyle Owen  wrote:Plain text please...You can have as
many servers as you like - so long as they have
distinctTCP/IP attributes. That is, they must have
distinct IP addresses and/orport numbers (e.g. IP1:80,
IP2:80 or IP:80, IP:8000 etc.)Rgds,Owen
Boyle-----Original Message-----From: kulkarni veena
[]Sent: Dienstag, 18.
Februar 2003 09:12To: users@httpd.apache.orgSubject:
[users@httpd] Two apache web servers on one physical
machine.Hi,I was wondering if two apache web servers
can be active on one physicalmachine? the difference
between these two servers is that one has SSLenabled
with an CA certificate authorized by CA authority and
the otheralso is ssl enabled but has a self-signed
certificate.Thanks in advance.VeenaDo you
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