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Glassfish DNS Management ?

 
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Hi again,

I have to web applications (2 wars)....

and I have one physical Server with on Public IP lets say for example : 11.11.11.11

How can I host those to web application on one public IP .

I can host only one by defining http-listener on port 80 .

so in this case I set my domain DNS ( A ) to my public IP 11.11.11.11 for example, so this works , of course if the port is 80 and one of the wars are the default web applications for the only virtual server I have on my glassfish domain .

How can I host two web applications on one public IP ???

Best Regards.

 
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I see you've also asked about this in the Sun forums - BeForthrightWhenCrossPostingToOtherSites
 
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sorry Mr.Ulf to do this ( posting it in other forum )

but I was in dispirit need to know the answer.

anyway thanks a A Lot you are the best.
 
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