Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   Ah Ha!
Date:   2001-12-22 19:19:28
From:   stoddad
Your article is a great help. I am an art professor who manages one of the few Mac labs on our campus. The university has moved all of its web to FrontPage Server. I am also responsible for my department's web and I do not find Virtual PC a very eloquent solution to maintaining the website. OS X and Apache has made it possible to serve our own web address. Until your article I had no idea how to get the ~ out of the address. Thanks!

I am interested in knowing if the OS X Apache server will allow me to have more than one static IP or name server addresses on Mac? Any hope that you will address this issue?

David Stoddard

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  • Morbus Iff photo Ah Ha!
    2001-12-24 08:26:44  Morbus Iff | O'Reilly Author [View]


    Glad you like the articles. To answer your question, yes, you can set up Apache to listen to more than one IP address - the technique is part of something called "virtual hosting". Sadly, we won't be touching on it in our series.

    To find more about virthosting with Apache: