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ifolders in its own virtual host

Hi,

I have a netware 6 sp3 server with two nics and two ip addresses. I
just
installed iFolders Pro and I want iFolders to use its own ip with a
virtual
domain I have cleverly named ifolders.xxx.xxx.xxx. How can I do that?
I can
reach iFolders no problem using the servers default ip address but not
on
the 2 nd ip address. The webserver is not even listening on the 2nd
ip. How
can get ifolders to listen on the 2nd ip appear as a site to itself.
This
was easy with ifolders 1.1 but I can't make any progress with 2.1

Thanks

Ed





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Re: ifolders in its own virtual host

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Re: ifolders in its own virtual host

In article <PIDib.2732$ZE4.2698@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Ed
wrote:
> The webserver is not even listening on the 2nd ip.
>

You will need to modify the apache configuration to use a secondary IP

address. Look in the httpd_ifolder_nw.conf file.

Craig Johnson
Novell Support Connection SysOp
See http://www.craigjconsulting.com/ifolder.html for some iFolder
tips.




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