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Yes, hosting multiple domains on one IP is the entire purpose of virtual
hosts in apache. You don't have to specify ports in DNS or anything.
You will add a <VirtualHost> entry in your httpd.conf file for Apache. See
You only have to specify different ports if you are setting up SSL sites.
Even then, it is done in this apache config file, and not DNS.
Good Luck :)
On Tue, 9 Oct 2001, Gary wrote:
> is there a way to specify a port in the named?
> i have two domains and don't want users to have to specify the port....if it could be specified in dns that would eliminate the problem
> or is there a good way to host two sites on one ip without inconvenience to the end users?
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