From: Paul Sladen (vserver_at_paul.sladen.org)
Date: Sat 13 Jul 2002 - 02:50:33 BST
On Thu, 11 Jul 2002 shuri_at_linuxfriends.wox.org wrote:
> > We want to make up a range of ip on the net, for SSH and apache you have
> > to say listen on port : ip:80
Yes, you have to put specific bind/listen statements in for each IP address
you need to bind to within the vserver.
Since you only had 1 IP address up until 2days ago, it can't be that much
hassle. ;-) The main ligitimate use for this I can see if HTTPS hosting.
> I got the same problems with MultipleIP, i try to acess the 16 ips i got on my
> vserver. I can only acess 2 Ips from the internet, one for apache with the
> listen argument in the .conf and one for ssh also with listen argument in .conf
Same reason; software in the vserver will only listen on the first IP
address unless you explicitly tell it to listen on other IP/ports too.n
> Is it possible to use others ips without the listen argument for others
> services for exemple; Eggdrops , Webmin , proftpd , SpyBnc etc...
It's application-specific how you tell it to bind to a different ip/port;
it also sounds like a waste of [precious] IP-space...
If you post some more details, I, or somebody else maybe able to help
-- Nottingham, GB