john at jjdev.com
Tue Apr 20 15:21:23 PDT 2004
yea, but I'm not doing name based virtual hosts or I would have
not been trying to get an ip in the first place
it uses ssl and needs an ip
our dhcp servers lets you get an ip and give a name to resolve with
On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 02:30:20PM -0700, f.johan.beisser wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Apr 2004, Bob Read wrote:
> > Why not use static IPs then?
> > Otherwise, how are you going to configure httpd.conf
> > (or DNS for that matter)?
> host name based virtual hosts don't need IP addresses to be bound to. it's
> part of the http spec to enable them just on name resolution.
> BUT, apache throws a fit if it can't resolve the hostname it is supposed
> to have as a virtual host in this case.
> i generally advocate host name based virtual hosts.
> -------/ f. johan beisser /--------------------------------------+
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