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Old 07-13-2003, 07:29 PM   #1
ne0mesis
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Apache setup problem


Hello I am on a UML and have no clue how to set up my apache server given the environment. According to the host service anything you can do with any box I can do with this one. Heres the issue:

I have a single fixed i.p. but it's given to a virtual host name "li-xx.members.hostdomain.com" I want to use name based hosting to host 3 or maybe 4 top level domains. Do I have to make the "li-xx.hostdomain.members.com" my primary domain with my own domains assigned as virtual ones? I've never used TLD's as virtual before. My registrar will allow me to point my DNS entries anywhere I want via frame forwarding - so if i have to create some traditional virtual domains and then point my TLD's at them I can do so. Otherwise I can either run bind or obtain an IP for each of my domains. Could someone give me the best way to handle this with an example httpd.conf ?
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