Virtual Web Hosting Configuration on CentOS 7 with Apache

Virtual Web Hosting Configuration on CentOS 7 with Apache



Virtual Hosting is a method of hosting multiple domains on single server. If you have multiple domains (such as domain1.com, domain2.com and so on) and want to host on a webserver, Virtual Web Hosting is your right choice. Apache web server provides an easy way to manage Virtual Hosting. Virtual Hosting can be either Name Based or IP Based. In Name Based Virtual Hosting, multiple domains can be hosted on single IP address. On the other hand, in IP Based Virtual Hosting, each domain is mapped on a dedicated IP address. In this video, I will only show how to configure a Name Based Virtual Web Hosting on CentOS 7 Linux. IP Based Virtual Hosting will be shown in my next video.
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3 thoughts on “Virtual Web Hosting Configuration on CentOS 7 with Apache

  1. Hi the tutorial was very difficult to follow. You've got Putty so why on earth are you using the default tiny grey font, when you can increase the font size and change the font and background colours so that your audience can see what you're doing?!

    You've also produced a silent tutorial with no explanations what you're doing or why and it's not helpful at all. Just word of advice, people are not going to subscribe to this type of content.

  2. Apache Name Based Virtual Web Hosting method provides an easy way to maintain multiple domains on single server and single IP address.
    So, if you have multiple domains either registered or custom, you can easily host them with single Apache Web Server.

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