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From Fadil <fadil.w...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Multiple IP addresses
Date Fri, 02 Sep 2005 13:19:19 GMT
Thx a lot for the answer !

Maybe I'll switch to multiple IP for same server, what do you thinks about 
my configuration :

I've Windows Server2003, with:
- an appli asp on IIS 6.0
- and an another on Tomcat 5.0.28

only tomcat need ssl and ldap.

I mean it's more simple to use multiple than isapi ? for maintenance,...
what do you think about that ?

On 9/2/05, Peter Crowther <Peter.Crowther@melandra.com> wrote:
> 
> > From: Fadil [mailto:fadil.work@gmail.com]
> > I do not understand very well, if we did this configuration,
> > (with a new IP
> > for tomcat and one for IIS web app on the same server) :
> >
> > we don't have to specify port number for IIS or Tomcat ?
> 
> Each would bind to port 80, each on its own IP address on the Web
> server. Port 80 is the default port for HTTP, so none of your URLs
> would need a ':8080' or similar suffix.
> 
> > Can we fix tomcat's with by default 80 ? this configuration
> > doesn't mess if we want to use ldap or ssl?
> 
> If you have a separate IP address for Tomcat from the one you are using
> for IIS, then you can also bind any other ports you need for Tomcat on
> that separate IP address. So Tomcat's SSL would be on <tomcat's IP
> address>:443, IIS's SSL on <IIS's IP address>:443.
> 
> > Is this kind of installation is best than only one ip, IIS on
> > 80, tomcat on 8080 and isapi redirector 1.14 ?
> 
> That depends on your specific requirements, I cannot give a general
> answer.
> 
> - Peter
>

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