I don't want to contradict your authority; I'm purely curious.

>From time to time, you make requests to move discussions to other lists and 
>I'm not certain what the reasoning is for many of them. I'd be interested in a 
>description of why this one was requested. Maybe it'll help me know better 
>what's appropriate. I initially thought I'd send this to you privately, but 
>then I thought others might be interested too.

To me, it seems this (below) is definitely a MIDRANGE-L topic rather than just 
WEB400. In fact, if it had been raised on WEB400, I might almost feel a 
possible response there might be "Ask this on MIDRANGE-L." Even though the 
specific circumstance arose out of an interaction with a web server, the issue 
itself is related to the whole of TCP/IP access. The concept of multi-homing 
and related features goes far beyond web serving. This kind of info has a wide 
target audience.

Can you shed light on your thoughts?

Thank you.

Tom Liotta

midrange-l-request@midrange.com wrote:

>   9. Re: IBM HTTP Webmasters (David Gibbs)
>Message: 9
>To: midrange-l@midrange.com
>From: "David Gibbs" <david@midrange.com>
>Subject: Re: IBM HTTP Webmasters
>Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 16:33:30 -0600
>Reply-To: midrange-l@midrange.com
>"Norbut, Jim" <Jim.Norbut=vOGwGGXTMdZCQ0bjtJbvYg@public.gmane.org> wrote in
>> I've got a lawson application that we have setup for port 8080 (http
>> server)
>Perhaps this discussion should be moved to WEB400?

Tom Liotta
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