Listening to Multiple Ports with iPlanet Web Server

Listening to Multiple Ports with iPlanet Web Server

Post by kcyp.. » Sun, 07 Jan 2001 04:04:21

We're running iPlanet Web Server v4.1, and I'm trying to figure out how
to get a server instance in iWS to listen to multiple ports.  Apache
has a "Listen" directive to have it listen to extra ports, but I
haven't been able to find anything similar for iWS.


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