Hey, WebHostingTalk Forums and Members , My first time here
Now to the topic:
i dont really know how to call this, but i searched it alot on google and didn't find how...
i will explain u what i want
Lets go to: google.com , Now lets ping it on CMD
Pinging google.com [22.214.171.124] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 126.96.36.199: bytes=32 time=101ms TTL=49
Now lets go to 188.8.131.52, what it will give me its google, now i want to do something like this.. but on my website and i dont know how to do that,
Can i Have Help Please? , Thank u All .
umm, i dont really understand what u are saying but i will explain what i want again:
1) Lets go to Google.com.. you will see the search engine and all.. as regular..
2) Lets find the ip of Google.com: the ip is: 184.108.40.206
3) Now lets go to 220.127.116.11 in the Web Browser
4) The result will be Google.com, you know (Search Engine and All..)
What i want is that visitors can also access the website with the ip address that i will give.
Just like u did on Hostx10.com, if i will go to the ip address: 18.104.22.168 it will give me ur website..
P.S: i Have 5 ip addresses and a Dedicated server, and the domain is hosted on GoDaddy
I could give you tutorials but I can not guarantee that it will work. I used Virtual-hosts on apache on my dedicated to manage sub domains, domains etc a while ago. You could take a look though. Quite sure one of the more experienced ones will reply soon! Hopefully you manage to get what you're looking for.
Plankt0n, i had alot of errors and unsucess with that, can i have other tut?
P.S: the one above me please explain more or give me a tut please..
P.S2: i Have tried to put <VirtualHost (IP)>Rules Here</VirtualHost> in httpd.conf then restart and it didn't worked...