Single Domain with two Different IP Addresses (Physical Ethernet )

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#1 Sun, 11/17/2019 - 06:51

Single Domain with two Different IP Addresses (Physical Ethernet )


I am using virtualmin on my local server where I am using a single IP address from one ethernet card to access my site i have another ethernet card which is on another network both are working on two different intranets I want to grant access to my site on both networks. At the moment my site is working on one ip but not on other is there any way i can do this particular task?

Sun, 11/17/2019 - 08:55

It's referred to as multi-homed - having 2 NICs. (or more).

might help you out. You'd also need to adjust your apache conf file - using *:80 & *:443 should allow apache to listen on both NICs.

Tue, 11/19/2019 - 03:58 (Reply to #2)

Thanks for the reply Dibs, ihave understand that and my system listen to my other eth the main issue it is not going to certain virtualhost which i created it is going to general directory from second ethernet

Tue, 11/19/2019 - 06:48

@asad88 - have you altered the Apache conf file to use *:80 & *:443 instead of IP:80 & IP:443?

In the case of *:80 (& *:443) Apache would listen on all IP's - whereas in the case of IP:80 *& IP:443) it would only listen on that IP. Post up the VirtualHost blocks.

Wed, 11/20/2019 - 03:03

Warning the network commands are very old in the links And sofar i see 123 depending on "network scripts" depricated in for example centos 8, and default not installed there.

Please read here some

Start using NetworkManager would be more smart , it is only a warning pointing out if you use for example centos and want to update when virtualmin i s ready for the 8

UH I GUESS that is one of the parts why it takes more time fro Control panels to be ready for CENTOS8 Directadmin is working for a while now on one of our testservers with CENTOS8.

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