Option 2.5:  If using a different port is troublesome for your users, put a
link on another page to the DWA -- include the port number in the link and
point it at a MailJump-type page (example can be found in the Sandbox).

Patrick

domino400-bounces+ptrapp=nex-tech.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 03/21/2005
01:03:21 PM:

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> 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.
>
> Regards,
> Eric Waters
> CSC
>
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>

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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.
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> Thank you,
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> Jim Zaino
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