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HELP SETTING UP ANOTHER IP NUMBER

Post icon  Posted 16 November 2009 - 04:39 PM

Hello guys i need to set up another virtual host with a different ip address, i was given 5 different ip addresses for my dedicated server this is the site im developing www.egoflog.com, I just need to make another virtual server so I can call all my images from images1.egoflog.com so that way ww.egoflog.com responds faster in peak hours, what will be the best way to accomplish this? im using Apache2 in debian lenny (5) I know how to create a virtual server but i dont know how to configure with different ip addresses, please help thanks.

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Re: HELP SETTING UP ANOTHER IP NUMBER

Posted 16 November 2009 - 09:10 PM

Check your httpd.conf, & look for the listen: rule. You can change the port number so it isn't 80, & then on your apache server that listens to port 80, you forward the requests to that virtual server.

I think this is how it's setup, but I'm sure that apache has this documented on their project site.
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