The backend Domino server can be on any supported operating system
platform. The following front-end servers are supported:
IBM HTTP Server on AIX, Windows NT 4.0, and Windows 2000 Server.

Microsoft IIS on Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 Server.

Couple of possible options:
1: You can move your web sites under the Domino's HTTP engine
(data\domino\http directory) and use web configurations to control which
site is displayed upon request.
2: Define Domino to use a port other than 80 for DWA.  Users will need to
know to specify the port.
3: Add another NIC on a different subnet and use that for DWA and the
Domino HTTP engine.

Hope these ideas help provide a path.

Eric Waters

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We like to run Domino Web Access using the http server running on OS400
V5R3M0. Can some please point to the proper documentation of to set this up
or what would be the preferred setup. (Domino http server vs. OS400 http
server) We currently have web sites running on the OS400 http server and
would like to continue using it.

Thank you,

Jim Zaino

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