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Two domain, multiple instances

Darren Chapman

Joined: Aug 12, 2006
Posts: 1
Hi there,
I have checked the documentation, surfed the web, so if this is an old question I apologise.

My multiple instances work fine.

Tomcat1 runs on port 80.
Tomcat2 runs on 8090.

My isp is not running apache we server, nor iis.

How do i set up Tomcat 1 and/or Tomcat2 so that if you surf to it goes to Tomcat2 without having to type the port number.

Any help, even a "go look at this doc", would be great.
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