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From Oil Pine <oil.p...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Two apache servers on a single external IP address.
Date Thu, 15 Dec 2005 01:31:07 GMT
Hi,

I have two Fedora Core machines and a Window machine that are connected
to the 3 of the 4 ports of my DSL router, which in turn connected with a
DSL modem with one single external IP address. 

I've been running apache2 with my home pages on a FC3 machine without
much trouble. 
(This machine has static intra-net IP of 192.168.0.118

I've just installed another apache2 FC4 on another machine. (IP:
192.168.0.128) I am testing this one to make sure everything works out
OK before I make it the primary web server. 

My DSL router has been set to forward port 80 to both .118 and .128.

I suppose that the back-up machine should be set up only with IP
(intra-net) address-based virtual servers. Can I set up name-based
virtual servers in the back up machine. I want to run two apache servers
at the same time. 

I would appreciate your insightful suggestions.

pine 





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