We're running Apache 1.1.1 (I know, upgrade :) on a Sparc 20 with
Solaris 2.3. I don't know if this is a) a bug, b) a mis-configuration
or c) just the way Apache works as I'm not that familiar with apache.
We have Apache set up to serve one main, and 2 virtual domains. The
problem is that we have a fourth irtual IP which we want served by
another service altogether. Now the question is how do you get Apache to
*not* respond to requests made to this fourth IP address? Does the
default server respond to every IP address on the machine that isn't
defined as a virtual host? I've tried using the BindAddress option, but
this made the server not respond to any address. I also tried the Listen
to no avail.
If however, it turns out that the BindAddress directive is the correct
directive to use to keep the default server from responding to other
requests, I'll try playing with it, but I just want to be sure that I'm
going in the right direction.
Any hints would be greatly appreciated.
-Hugh Feguson, Open Text