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From jekillen <jekil...@prodigy.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Two Nics, several ips aliased to each one
Date Thu, 28 Sep 2006 23:31:43 GMT

On Sep 27, 2006, at 11:10 PM, Boyle Owen wrote:

>
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: jekillen [mailto:jekillen@prodigy.net]
>> Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2006 1:34 AM
>> To: users@httpd.apache.org
>> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Two Nics, several ips aliased to each one
>> ...
>> Thanks for the reply, I can't use the private IP addresses in public
>> DNS records, I don't think, particularly when they reference the same
>> host.
>
> Exactly. I didn't actually say "DNS" - I said "resolve". That's why I
> mentioned /etc/hosts - normally, you'd define internal host/IPs in
> /etc/hosts and you'd register external, public hosts/IPs with the 
> public
> internet DNS. The server then uses both methods (priority defined in
> nsswitch.conf) to resolve host names to IPs.
Thanks for the reply.
I get spread too thin, I'll have to go back over my stuff on 
resolve.conf
and etc/hosts. nsswitch is something I haven't hacked yet. I presume
that applies, in this case, to the server in question (?)
Jeff K
>
> Rgds,
> Owen Boyle
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>
>> So would I use. Seems to me I've seen a DNS setup called a
>> split server
>> where one resolves internal addresses and the other resolvers
>> external
>> addresses.
>> But etc/host would work on the internal network? This is somewhat
>> confusing to
>> me. Time to go back and study the networking stuff.
>> Jeff K.
>>>
>>>>
>>>> As It stands now I have three sites served on this machine and
>>>> all three of each group of addresses brings up one of the sites.
>>>>
>>>> I am having more trouble with this (virtual host setup) for some
>>>> reason, than setting up my DNS records and configuration.
>>>>
>>>> I have a copy of Apache the Definitive Guide published by O'Reilly,
>>>> as well as other books and subscriptions to other tech
>> lists but can't
>>>> seem to get a handle on this.
>>>> Thanks in advance for knowledgeable responses.
>>>> Jeff K.
>>>> jekillen@prodigy.net
>>>> try
>>>> www.brushandbard.com
>>>> www.serioussite,com
>>>> www.jekillen.com
>>>> They will all bring up
>>>> www.brushandbard.com
>>>> I do not presently have enough business
>>>> to call myself a business, let alone get professional help
>>>> at a professional price.
>>>> JK
>>>>
>>>>
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