scarecrow Posted September 18, 2009 Report Share Posted September 18, 2009 I have set up a webserver on a machine with 3 static IP's, pointing to a certain domain name. The domain name is set on a virtual Apache host, while the physical host points to the base IP of the server. It's using a rather popular CMS, which is working fine. However, I want to test an alternative CMS on the same server. I can put that one in a folder inside the root folder, and I can assign a DNS to it (say a free one from dyndns). I also want, if possible, to use another port for that one- say 8088 instead of 80. Question no.1: Can I create another Apache virtual host, which will use as root the subfolder with the new CMS? Question no.2: Is it possible to run on Apache two virtual hosts, which are using a different port? You may well assume that I'm no techie, when coming to Apache configs- hence the questions... Thanks in advance. [moved from Everything Linux by spinynorman] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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