Apache for proxying???? nginx On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 9:13 PM, Bas Scheffers <b...@scheffers.net> wrote:
> If you want to make them all run as individual processes, you can use > Apache as proxy to them. > > And of course Jeff is right about SSL - one per IP only unless you choose > different ports. (which you don't want to as many corporate firewall only > allow 80 and 443 traffic) > > On 07/02/2009, at 10:39 AM, Janine Sisk wrote: > > Hi all, >> >> I'm considering moving from owning my own hardware to hosting everything >> with Amazon. It has many advantages, but one huge drawback - each virtual >> server can only have one external IP address. >> >> I've never tried to use AOLserver's virtual hosting; at one time it was >> said to be less than reliable, and I've never revisited it. We've always >> had enough IP addresses that every site could have one of their very own. >> But that's not going to be the case if I make this change; virtual servers >> aren't cheap enough that I can set one up for every site, they're still >> going to have to be roommates. >> >> So my question - what is the latest in virtual hosting? Can I actually >> run multiple sites off of one IP address these days? What about SSL? >> >> I'm still using version 4.0.10 - haven't had any need to upgrade. I can >> upgrade if necessary to deal with this, though I'd rather not introduce that >> variable at this particular point in time. >> >> Thanks in advance, >> >> janine >> >> --- >> Janine Sisk >> President/CEO of furfly, LLC >> 503-693-6407 >> >> > -- AOLserver - http://www.aolserver.com/ To Remove yourself from this list, simply send an email to <lists...@listserv.aol.com> with the body of "SIGNOFF AOLSERVER" in the email message. You can leave the Subject: field of your email blank.