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    sguenneur is offline Junior Member
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    Default problem with Zimbra Webserver

    HI everyone,


    I have some problems with configuring the zimbra webserver
    The thing I have 2 network interfaces on the same computer, so I also have 2 different IP Address.
    So, I d like to host 2 webservers on the same machine.
    Each one will Listen on one of the two interfaces.
    Actually I'd like to have one Zimbra webserver (mail.domain.net) and one classic Apache2 Webserver running simultaneously (www.domain.net).
    I don't want to use the reverse proxy method because I'm having some problems with the administration console and some functionnalities weren't working at all :s

    I'm using the Apache2 directive "Listen".
    It works Flawlessly with Apache BUT as soon as I launch Zimbra service, this crazy mailer is listening on both Network Interfaces.

    I tried to modify the httpd.conf files to make it works with the "Listen" directive, but nothing s working, Zimbra is still listening everything that's come into the both interfaces, so it's overwritten the other Apache2 webserver running .....

    I know Zimbra has been made to work out on a dedicated Server but this a personnal installation and i m not able to dedicate a machine only to have it running.

    I'm sure there is a way to specify Zimbra the webserver config file.

    Thanks for helping.
    Pascal, French Zimbra User

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    You could setup virtual servers. This would effectively achieve what you need. Zimbra would run in one virtual environment, with 1 IP and the webserver in the other virtual environment on the other IP.

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