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RE: Question about IP addresses

As long as you have one public IP address you'll be able to direct all
domains to the same public IP and have Apache determine which pages to
return.  Look into Apache Virtual Hosts.


-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Sabo [mailto:dan dansabo com]
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2002 1:48 PM
To: redhat-list redhat com
Subject: Question about IP addresses


I'm co locating my new server loaded with red hat Linux 7.2 tomorrow.  The
co lo facility tells me that I can not have one IP address for each and
every domain name unless I can justify them; and some I can justify and some
I can't.

What I'm wondering, what if anything will I lose if I set up domains under
(I guess they are called) virtual IP address, instead of assigning them a
real IP address?  Are there any advantages or dis advantages of setting up
domain names without a real IP address?


Dan Sabo

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