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From "Norman Peelman" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Very very strange problem with virtualhost's
Date Mon, 16 Feb 2004 13:15:44 GMT

----- Original Message -----
From: "Antonio Guillermo Martinez (Silvereme)" <>
To: <>
Cc: <>
Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 12:08 AM
Subject: [users@httpd] Very very strange problem with virtualhost's

> Hello:
> I usually solve my problems googling  but in this case, I've been testing
> for more than a week and I've no idea on waths the problem. I've asked a
> friend about it and he said me to ask to this list.
> I'm having a very strange problem with Apache/2.0.48 (Win32) on windows 2k
> server. The problem is related to Virtualhost.
> I've a machine with apache running good, as I've only one public IP and I
> need to serve various domains I'm using virtualhosts.
> I've an include in the httpd.conf file to include vhosts.conf (and
> namevirtualhost * (and tested with namevirtualhost *:80) in the httpd.conf
> file). In the main httpd.conf file I've nothing more about virtualservers.
> All domains are resolving (including prefix www.) to the same IP (server's
> IP).
> I've tree diferent web pages for the tree domains. When I try to open the
> explorer to it opens the correct page, when I try to
> it open the correct page but when I try to open
> it opens the page.
> It's stange because when I try to open the page from any computer (in the
> network, outside the network, etc) it fails (opens the incorrect page) BUT
> when I open it from the local machine, it opens the correct page (not
> refresing or proxy problem, I've tested that).

  You may need to do this:

In httpd.conf file --

Listen 80


<VirtualHost www.your.domain>


  I've not been able to get it to work any other way (Apache2.0.45 w/WinXP
Pro), NameVirtualHost * just doesn't work for me - all requests return the
same page.

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