[Nottingham] Re: Web server questions

James Gibbon jg at jamesgibbon.com
Sat Apr 9 19:29:11 BST 2005

On Sat, 9 Apr 2005 17:50:52 +0100
David Aldred <david at familyaldred.org.uk> wrote:

> On Saturday 09 Apr 2005 17:32, Joshua Lock wrote:
> > I thought of that but I'm worried about visitors to site1, a formal
> > site, stumbling accross site2 (at say http://site1.tld/site2_folder)
> > when site 2 is unrelated and less formal. What I'd like to do is hide
> > site2 unless it is accessed via the redirection URL.
> I've got a numer of sites (hosted at Orchard Hosting) which are all under my 
> main domain there.  My domains mumpers.org.uk and cclgb.org.uk are served 
> from the public_html/mumpers and public_html/cclgb directories respectively.

Are these (or more to the point, do they have to be) different IP addresses? I
run a webserver at home. I have two different domains, from dyndns.org, assigned
to my webserver's IP address (in effect - I forward port 80 from my wireless
router to its real, private IP address).

However if it were possible, I'd really like to use the second domain name to
provide different content somehow .. is this possible, with a single IP address?

The webserver is, it says here: Apache-AdvancedExtranetServer/2.0.53

Thanks in advance for any advice,

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