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From Joseph A Nagy Jr <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: Apache - not to listen on port 443
Date Wed, 09 Jul 2003 15:25:53 GMT
On Wednesday 09 July 2003 10:02, Distribution Lists wrote in an attempt 
to be witty and informative:
> Thanks for all you help. I bit the bullet and done this the virtual
> host way rather that run 2 httpd server on one box.
> What I wanted was to have httpd listening on 2 ports, port 80 and
> port 2222, and to use 2 different cgi-bin's. Port 80 is my public
> site,  but there are some administrative cgi's, which for securities
> sake I didn't want in cgi-bin on my public httpd server, hence the
> separate httpd server and cgi-bin, with port 2222 filtered with
> iptables.

You should look at the mod_auth section of the Apache Docs, they have a 
better way of doing what you want to do.

> In hindsight virtual hosts was the proper way of doing this.

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