IP assignment for virtual webhosting
Matthew Robinson matthew at planet.net.uk
Wed Nov 17 11:44:50 CET 1999
We have been employing the policy of enforcing HTTP 1.1 IP-less virtuals for a while - only allowing IP addresses for SSL certificates. This seems to be working well. I'm told that some versions of SSL servers can support IP-less virtuals as well which is a step in the right direction. I think that the proposal is a good one and should be followed up with a policy of reclaiming the used 'virtual server' address space back. Kind regards Matthew -----Original Message----- From: Christian Kratzer [mailto:ck at toplink.net] Sent: 17 November 1999 10:23 To: Nurani Nimpuno Cc: lir-wg at ripe.net Subject: Re: IP assignment for virtual webhosting Usage of IP Addresses for virtual hosting should be restricted to purposes where this might be explicitly required for example for a SSL certificate for a server. But not for running massive hosting of "homepages".
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