phil at xfr.co.uk
Fri Aug 4 20:10:21 UTC 2006
Marie-Anne Delahaut wrote:
> Question : it seems you just have to name a "site" in Plone, but how to
> associate it with a DNS ?
> As for now the public URL is "myIP:8088", but I would like it to be
> "mydomainname-dot-gtld" : how can I do that - and, of course, later on, how
> can I create more than one domain name/ web site with Plone ?
There are two parts to this: -
- the first is that you need to be on port 80, so sooner or later you
will need to use a second IP (so that you can coexist with IIS) or some
form of proxy, as per previous posts.
- the second is that you need to use the VHM (virtual host monster) to
rewrite requests. There is a howto on plon.org about doing this without
proxying at: -
...which tells you about the VHM and how to work with Plone's
AccessRule. Personally, the first thing I do when I set Plone up is kill
that AccessRule - so I can't vouch for that part of the howto. There is
a bit more about the AccessRule here: -
FWIW, once the AccessRule is out of the picture, the standard Zope docs
for the VHM are the place to go: -
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