Okay, i have a slight issue with apache.
I use apache friends as a development server, and sometimes I need to show clients stuff i have been working on.
When I am internal to the same network as the development server, I can just go to http://www/ and it will load the homepage. This is fine, but i also want to be able to let my clients have access to the development outside of the network.
I Know that i can just open port 80 on the firewall and give them the external IP address of the network, however, we already have a website running on port 80, so i wondered if i could configure apache (on the dev server) to have the following:
* Port 80 on internal LAN (http://www or http://192.168.1.100
* port 81 on external IP (http://123.456.789.000)
Obviously, i could just change the internal to be 81 too, but it would be remembering to change the internal access to: http://192.168.1.100:81 which would just confuse us
We cannot change the other website from port 80.