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From Peter Johnson <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Need some tips
Date Tue, 16 Nov 2004 22:50:58 GMT
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You'll need to specify in IIS which IP addresses each host should bind
to ... I suspect that IIS is currently binding to all interfaces. With
Apache follow Gotz Lohmann's post.<br>
Leach, Henry wrote:
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  <title>Need some tips</title>
  <p><font size="2">I want to Run Apache and IIS on the same box using
port 80.</font>
  <font size="2">I currently have three IP addresses hosting three
different web sites using IIS on Windows 2003 Server all using Port 80.
I now have a new IP Address which I would like to host a new web site
using Apache on port 80. I have disabled Socket Pooling using the IIS 6
command of "httpcfg.exe" so that IIS does not overtake all of the
resources and cause port conflicts. </font></p>
  <p><font size="2">However, this only caused the IIS web sites to stop
and become inaccessible. After deleting the re-enabling Socket Pooling,
however, all worked again with the IIS web sites. </font></p>
  <p><font size="2">Anyone have any experience with running IIS and
Apache on the same Windows box?</font>

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