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Re: Virtual Web Hosting.
In your case yo do not need to configuration the web server in
any way. This is because the server does not need to behave
differently based on hostname.
You do however need to make a few DNS changes (if you can).
For the reasons for this refer to the other e-mail from Ang-Chih Kao.
> The Pi3Web (Version 1.0.3) Server is installed on Window NT 4.0 to
> access website remotely using the hostname. It works very well.
> The online documentation of Pi3Web (Version 1.0.3) Server describes
> the support of Virtual Web hosting feature.
> I would like to know whether I can access the same website using
> another hostname.
> i.e the following,
> 1. I installed Pi3Web on Windows NT 4.0 to access website remotely
> using the hostname 'AAA'.
> 2. How can I configure Pi3Web (installed in step 1) to access the
> same website using other hostname, say 'BBB' ?
> BBB's webroot, cgi-bin and other directories could be same as that
> of AAA's.
> Is there a solution ? Or do I need to use some other Web Server which
> supports virtual web hosting ?
> - Sameer (email@example.com)