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When VNC (web client, i.e. java applet server) is set up, it uses a port, high up, but you can set it to use port 80, and if you turn off Apache, it works- you can get in through to VNC through the browser. What I want to do, however, is to have -both- VNC and websites hosted running on the same computer, and, in fact, more than 1 website -> virtual hosts on Apache. They'll all have different names of course, but only 1 IP address. What are the steps I need to do to achieve this? Thanks very ...

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    Default VNC and multiple web hosts on 1 machine

    When VNC (web client, i.e. java applet server) is set up, it uses a
    port, high up, but you can set it to use port 80, and if you turn off
    Apache, it works- you can get in through to VNC through the browser.
    What I want to do, however, is to have -both- VNC and websites hosted
    running on the same computer, and, in fact, more than 1 website ->
    virtual hosts on Apache.
    They'll all have different names of course, but only 1 IP address.

    What are the steps I need to do to achieve this?


    Thanks very much.

    themf@graffiti.net Guest

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    Default Re: VNC and multiple web hosts on 1 machine

    On 8 Jun 2005 17:52:07 -0700, net <net> wrote: 

    See apache docs for mod_proxy and ProxyPass. But is there some reason you
    cannot use VNC's default Java port?
    David Guest

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    Default Re: VNC and multiple web hosts on 1 machine



    David Efflandt wrote:

    But is there some reason you 


    I may be trying to access it from computers which have all non-80 ports
    blocked off - very common situation in a lot of places - corporate
    establishments, cybercafes etc.

    themf@graffiti.net Guest

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