IIS7 apprentice but Apache total newb here.
The title says it all. I have, say 10 ASP sites using Access databases and 10 PHP sites using MySQL databases and I'd like to serve them on one box.
I have two IP addresses for this web server. I have Apache 2.2 installed and I edited httpd file to
Listen XX.XXX.XXX.XXX:80 - where XXX is my second IP address
This allowed me to finally start the Apache service, which had been conflicting with IIS by default I believe, because of Port 80.
Anyway, now with two IP addresses properly set up and httpd file edited so Apache Listens for the second file, am I going to be able to run asp apps and php apps on this box? Should I have all ASP websites in one directory and all PHP websites in another directory? Or does Apache have an equivalent to IIS when setting up a new site and you point to a particular directory to serve each site?
Any advise here?
What am I reading about two LAN adapters being needed for this? Is that correct?
I notice that running netstat -an is not showing me my second IP address. and 0.0.0.0:80 is still present. This is after restarting the server.
Am I making sense here?
Thanks for your time