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Re: named

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
this howto:


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?
> thanks,
> gary

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