But if you have last version of apache you don't need to use ip alias for
virtual hosts !!!!!!!!!
just look the httpd.conf and you 'll see directives talking about that .
Berend De Schouwer wrote:
> On 29 Feb, Sharad Joshi wrote:
> > Folks,
> > Is there any specific need of having multiple IP Addresses for a network
> > interface? And for that matter, does linux support multiple IP addresses
> > per interface?
> Yes and yes.
> Example uses:
> - virtual domains
> - migrating IP ranges (can't change 2000 PCs simultaneously)
> - merging or splitting services on services.
> Usually, eth0 is first IP, first network card, eth0:0 is second IP,
> eth0:1 is third IP, etc.
> > Sharad.
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