Two or more webs at home

Jones, Scott (GE Money, consultant) Scott.1Jones at ge.com
Wed Apr 22 15:09:25 MDT 2009


 

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>On 22 Apr 2009, at 13:48, Matthew Walker wrote:
>
>> On Wed, April 22, 2009 1:45 pm, Jones, Scott (GE Money, consultant)
>> wrote:
>>> Is it possible to host/serve/run two or more web sites at one 
>>> location with one static IP?
>>>
>>> I have my web but my three boys will soon want to set up their own 
>>> web sites and update and manage each on their own. Can 
>these all run 
>>> from my home network? These will not likely be commerce sites, but 
>>> just fun, more or less static sites for my boys to get their feet 
>>> wet.
>>>
>>> Am I thinking of virtual servers? What are the possibilities here?
>>
>> Name Based Virtual Hosting is what you're thinking of. And yes, it's 
>> very possible. Only reason to need multiple IPs is if you have SSL 
>> sites.
>>
>If I were to venture guess at the statistics I would say that 
>75% of all web sites in the world are sharing an IP address 
>with other web sites.

Be daring, venture a guess. Any way to gauge it more accurately though?
Does any entity keep stats on things or could they even? 

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