port-base effects all servers, so if you define port-base as 80, and
have an http server set up to listen on 8000, it will listen on 8080. 
if you do not define port-base, it will listen on 8000.

On Mon, 2004-01-19 at 01:20, robert wrote:
> Hi there,
> I find two sections in 2.7's config file contradicticnorary. I therefore assume I 
> did not grasp them:
> with the key port-base I can define at what addres the different servers run.
> The same I can (must ?) do defining the various servers:
> <http-server>
>   #valid keys are ..
>   adress 8080
> </http-server>
> 
> which one of the rules?
> 
> I have the impression that for http port-base gains, for ftp the later (since I have 
> not yet ftp working with 2.7)
> 
> Robert
> 
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