Managing virtual domains
SCO OpenServer supports ``virtual domains'',
allowing a single network interface to
respond to multiple IP addresses, so that a single system can
be known by multiple names (such as abc.com and def.com).
If system services are
configured to bind to specific IP addresses, then a single system can
serve the Web sites for both abc.com and def.com,
and anyone accessing either Web site could not tell that these sites are
served from a single system.
This process of using a single system to respond to multiple IP
system names is called ``multihoming''. The multiple distinct
the system presents to the outside world are called virtual domains.
Your SCO OpenServer system can support up to 254 virtual domains,
each with distinct Web, FTP, and e-mail services.
Use the Internet Manager to:
Enabling virtual domains
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003