--- Martin <email@example.com> wrote:
> only other solution I can think of is that some of the commercial
> vendors may be able to sell you (at great cost) switching gear that
> route on the basis of packet content. This would likely be extreemly
> expensive and I suspect it wouldn't work very well for your needs.
Can vyatta help?
I learned this project for sometime. Unfortunately I don't have time
> If you want to run two or more, independant, web servers both on port
> 80, you will need more than one IP.
Actually what I want to achieve is;
Running mail server on Host OS
Running web server on Guest OS
I have SquirrelMail, the webmail, running on the mail server. It needs
port 80. However Apache also needs port 80. I can't figure out how to
let them sharing port 80. This is my problem. If w/o a solution then
I must run both web and mail servers on the Host.
Others noted with thanks.
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Received on Sun Apr 20 16:51:28 2008