Apache

We just got a new xserve in that we put RT and one other program on. The
other program uses a built in web server to deliver web content. We are
wanting to use ip address xxx.xxx.xxx.1 and the other program to use
xxx.xxx.xxx.2. How do I tell Apache to not listen on anything except the .1
address?

Thanks in advance,

Jeremy Rooks

"You need not ask a man the type of computer he uses. If its a Mac, he will
tell you. If its not, why embarrass him?²

You have confused this list with the Apache mailing list.
Please go be lazy somewhere else.

-ToddOn Mon, Mar 29, 2004 at 03:45:23PM -0600, Jeremy Rooks wrote:

We just got a new xserve in that we put RT and one other program on. The
other program uses a built in web server to deliver web content. We are
wanting to use ip address xxx.xxx.xxx.1 and the other program to use
xxx.xxx.xxx.2. How do I tell Apache to not listen on anything except the .1
address?

Thanks in advance,

Jeremy Rooks

"You need not ask a man the type of computer he uses. If its a Mac, he will
tell you. If its not, why embarrass him?�


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