Well, Domino made it difficult (have to use a name you've specified in the
400's host table, can't use a hard IP address), but both seem to be playing
together nicely.  We'll see how everything goes when the DNS changes
propagate, but so far, so good.

Thanks for all the help!
Mike E.









joseph.jenkins@EDS.COM on 11/15/2000 04:35:28 PM
                                                                            
                                                                            
                                                                            


                                                              
                                                              
                                                              
 To:      "'MEovino@estes-express.com'"                       
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 Subject: RE: Multiple HTTP Servers on one box                
                                                              






Yes, you need to set the config on each to bind to port 80 for that
address.

-----Original Message-----
From: MEovino@estes-express.com [mailto:MEovino@estes-express.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 4:14 PM
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject: Multiple HTTP Servers on one box



Right now, you can reach our site at one of two IP addresses:

http://12.26.68.34
or
http://12.26.68.35

Our DNS entry is mapped to 35.  And we're running two HTTP servers, Domino
5.0.3 and the IBM HTTP Server.  Domino listens on port 80 and gets most of
the http requests, IBM HTTP listens on port 8080 and just handles CGI
stuff.  Is there any way each can listen on port 80, but at different IP
addresses?

What I'd like to do is
1) have IBM listen on port 80 at 12.26.68.34, and I'll map
www.estes-express.com to it.
2) have Domino listen on port 80 at 12.26.68.35, and I'll map
domino.estes-express.com to it, so I don't have to rewrite all the Domino
web apps right away.

Otherwise, I'll just flip-flop them and get rid of Domino completely after
I've rewritten all the Domino apps.

Thanks in advance!
Mike E.



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