Use the *ADMIN HTTP instance to configure your web server, not iNav.
STRTCPSVR *HTTP HTTPSVR(*ADMIN), wait a minute, then connect to
http://your.iseries.ip.address:2001.

Setting up an Apache config from scratch doesn't take too long,
especially if you're familiar with it. And since it is Apache, there is
a lot of documentation at http://apache.org/ that can be used. I'd
imagine more time will be spent tweaking the directives & setting up the
directories how you want them.

You can host multiple virtual servers within one Apache instance. You
can also run multiple Apache instances. You can do both. Very
flexible.

Once you pick a domain name, tell your network admin to add it to your
DNS. If it'll be Internet-facing have them take care of that as well.


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