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Old 21st December 2010, 18:59
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Default Ubuntu Server 10.04 with VMWare Server2

My main server is ubuntu 10.04 with vmware server 2, apache2, and webmin installed. I have 2 virtual servers running one ubutnu 10.04 and ipsc3 (production) and the other ubuntu 10.10 and ispcp Omega (Test) that are going to be hostings my sites. How do i route all port 80 request say to my virtual server instead of my actual server? Right now if I were to goto one of my sites, it gives me the default page of apache actual server, instead of the default page of one of my virtual machines.
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