• Subject: Re: Sharing port 80
  • From: Tom Hightower/Solutions_Inc<tomh@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 10:12:15 -0600

Two completely different sites, different IP addresses, etc., on the same 
AS400 box.  For example:

http://idocket.com   IP address 38.158.46.72   hosted on our AS400, IBM 
HTTP Server
http://terkdist.com   IP address 38.159.46.73   hosted on the same AS400, 
Net.Commerce





joberhol@compures.com on 01/27/2000 09:21:35 AM
To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
cc: 

Subject:        Re: Sharing port 80



*SNIP

We run a public web site using IBM HTTP server.  I'd like to set up
Net.Commerce on the same box with a different IP address, initially for
testing purposes.  How do I share port 80 between the two?

*ENDSNIP

Are you trying to accomplish a different URL for the second web site, or
are you really needing a different IP address.  We have a static page and
two (test/qa) instances of Net.Commerce running on one address, and a
production version of the Net.Commerce on a second address with no problem.
The HTTP server (presumably Websphere) will host multiple URLs without a
problem.

HTH


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