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> > I'm trying to figure out how to access any VHosts > > from samebox mode, or from pc connected to the same lan. > > I've seen this done with Mac, but can't find how with win2k. > > Can someone point me in the right direction? > Vhost ... name or ip mode? > If named-vhost, each ServerName must be resolvable by DNS or > entered into hosts file on each PC -that's poor man's DNS- There > is hosts and hosts.sam somwhere down the windows or winnt folder. > HansH Hans, I went into hosts file ...

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    Default Access Apache VirtualHosts from Same Box or from Lan?????

    > > I'm trying to figure out how to access any VHosts
    > > from samebox mode, or from pc connected to the same lan.
    > > I've seen this done with Mac, but can't find how with win2k.
    > > Can someone point me in the right direction?
    > Vhost ... name or ip mode?
    > If named-vhost, each ServerName must be resolvable by DNS or
    > entered into hosts file on each PC -that's poor man's DNS- There
    > is hosts and hosts.sam somwhere down the windows or winnt folder.
    > HansH

    Hans,
    I went into hosts file in win2k (all computers), and entered
    the lan nic's ip address and domain vhost names and aliases,
    I also put the virtualhost statements in apache's httpd.conf file.
    Thanks, Just what I was looking for. Works just fine.

    Virtual hosts "name-based", what is the correct way to do
    this. In apache, I used a *:80 in the vhost statements, to
    keep the ip wide open, but with win2k, how do I keep the
    name-based vhost mode going? What to which files
    hosts? lmhosts.sam?

    Thanks,
    Ringo


    Ringo Guest

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    Default Re: Access Apache VirtualHosts from Same Box or from Lan?????


    "Ringo" <Ringoms.com> wrote in message
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    >
    > > > I'm trying to figure out how to access any VHosts
    > > > from samebox mode, or from pc connected to the same lan.
    > > > I've seen this done with Mac, but can't find how with win2k.
    > > > Can someone point me in the right direction?
    >
    > > Vhost ... name or ip mode?
    > > If named-vhost, each ServerName must be resolvable by DNS or
    > > entered into hosts file on each PC -that's poor man's DNS- There
    > > is hosts and hosts.sam somwhere down the windows or winnt folder.
    > > HansH
    >
    >
    > Hans,
    > I went into hosts file in win2k (all computers), and entered
    > the lan nic's ip address and domain vhost names and aliases,
    > I also put the virtualhost statements in apache's httpd.conf file.
    > Thanks, Just what I was looking for. Works just fine.
    >
    > Virtual hosts "name-based", what is the correct way to do
    > this. In apache, I used a *:80 in the vhost statements, to
    > keep the ip wide open, but with win2k, how do I keep the
    > name-based vhost mode going? What to which files
    > hosts? lmhosts.sam?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Ringo
    >
    >
    I found the answers, here:
    [url]http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/apache/2003/07/24/vhosts.html[/url]




    Ringo Guest

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