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FreeBSDzine: Virtual Servers Behind Cable/DSL




“… I knew that you should be able to serve multiple domains behind a single IP address and have it work
with no problems. So, I set off to prove it.
…”

“First, you should familiarize yourself with Apache and how to set it up. The defaults when installing FreeBSD works
fine all you need to do is fine tune it a bit for virtual servers or whatever loads you may be handling. You can find
documentation on Apache 1.3.x at http://httpd.apache.org/docs/. I already was serving web pages off of my PC
behind a Umax 3000 Cable/DSL Router and was not having any difficulty with any pages or CGI. Here’s what I
did to get this working.”

I knew that you should be able to serve multiple domains behind a single IP address and have it work
with no problems. So, I set off to prove it.

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