I'm trying to bring up a new virtual server to go along with
my old server. I'm using Netscape Server and Solaris.
I've configured Solaris to answer to two IP numbers. That works
fine (i.e. I can connect to the machine via telnet using both
I've configured my original ns-httpd to bind itself to my original
address on port 80. I then created a new ns-httpd and configured
it to bind itself to the new IP number on port 80. I can start
both servers just fine. 'ps' shows both ns-httpd's running.
'netstat' shows both processes listening on different IP numbers
at port 80.
Problem is, I can't connect to the new IP number at port 80.
I get a "connection refused." The old server on the machine's
"real" IP number works fine as usual..
Anybody seen this problem before?
Thanks for any info..