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Hi all We have a RH ES set up with two public ip's. We currently have 2 websites one running through one ip, the other through the other. Now I ...
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    Apache config pointers if ya could


    Hi all

    We have a RH ES set up with two public ip's.

    We currently have 2 websites one running through one ip, the other through the other. Now I have been given the job of putting a third site on there and I could just do with some pointers as to how to acheive this before I dive in (having of course RTFM's first)..

    The original set-up (2 years ago I think) was just done to feed each site through a seperate ip address but *maybe* this is not right for me now?

    Any help/advice/heads up welcome

    Cheers people.

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    obviosly your dns for the website needs to point to the existing machine. then in the apache config you can use name based, check the link

    http://httpd.apache.org/docs/vhosts/name-based.html

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