I have an apache 2 server over linux with two sites configured by name-based virtual hosts.
Also I have a default web site so when a user access to the webserver without using any of the two names of the sites it appears a default web page. For all this configurations I'm using *:80 as configuration on apache virtualhosts.
Now I have added a new IP address to this server and I would like to add a diferent web site by using this IP. How should I configure the server for making this IP going to a different folder but maintain all the rest of configuration? Should I replace the * by the old IP or maybe is there a way to make the IP-rule execute before the * rule?
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