Andrew Veitch <email@example.com> writes: >> Hmmm. Slight diversion... How does one support different domains >> through one IP address? This is typically what web-host companies >> do. >> >> Is than possible to do with a UML service like Bytemark? > > HTTP 1.1 onwards supports virtual hosting and modern web servers make > it really easy. It breaks Netscape 1.0 but you probably don't need to > worry about that these days! > > I'm not sure how SSH, mail, etc would work with UML though. The only > way I can think of would be to give each UML instance an IP number > bound to a virtual ethernet device. That's what they do. From inside a UML, it looks like a regular PC connected to the internet. From outside the server, ditto. I'm not sure what it looks like from the server console, but I guess it's something like that. The virtual server I admin at Bytemark is actually faster than my home PC for a lot of things (especially as it's connected to a 100Mb/s pipe). The limiting factor seems to be Disk IO. If you need to host multiple SSL enabled websites then you can get more IP addresses. OK, -- Andrew Aylett | www.aylett.co.uk | 1.79 x 10^12 furlongs per fortnight... firstname.lastname@example.org | answer==42 | -- it's not just a good idea, it's the law!
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