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Hosting Multiple web sites with individual IP addresses on Windows 2003 server

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I am using Apache 2.0xxx on a Windows 2003 server. I would like to host more than one site. Each site will
be given it's own individual IP address and domain name. I do this on a Red Hat Linux enterprise server
by creating separate network interfaces for each IP address hosted. For example I create for each IP address in
the network-scripts directory: ifcfg-eth0(serverIP), ifcfg-eth0:0(Ip to be hosted on web site), ifcfg-eth0:1, and so on.
I am asking if it is possible to accomplish a like process in Windows 2003 server??
If it is I think I should be able to set up IP based hosting on my Apache Windows server.

Thank you in advance for your help
Keith Henriques
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Open up Network Conenctions in the control panel.

Right click on your network card and select Properties.

Double click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) in the list of items

Click Advanced... near the bottom of the window

Select Add... under the top windows and add an additional IP address

Repeat as necessary.....

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Dave Dietz
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