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Two WebLogic server instances on same Port

 
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Hi,
We have two WebLogic server instances listening on the same port on the same machine. The two server instances belong to two different domains. One is an admin server and the other is a managed server in a different domain. The managed server is part of a cluster. Both the servers start without any errors and the application doesn't seem to have a problem. However we are seeing some connection refused errors to the managed server from the Apache plugin. Could this be related? I know it is not recommended to have two instances listening on the same port, but I don't understand how the two instances are able to start,listen and service user requests. Could anyone throw some light on what is happening here?
Thank you so much..
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