For those familiar with AS400 web development

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I am attempting to create an internet accessible webpage from the AS400 using the IBM http server powered by Apache. We are running V5R3. Now, I assume that I would use virtual hosting in order to obtain this result. When using virtual hosting, I would like to create a name-based server. I can create an intranet accessible website from within my organization. Now, when I attempt to make an internet connection, I can access it using the IP address. I believe I have everything configured correctly, but am not 100% sure. I am relatively new to the AS400 web development and have had difficulty finding simple documentation. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
ASKED: September 21, 2005  8:56 AM
UPDATED: September 21, 2005  4:58 PM

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You have created the webpage and can access it by ip address – the only thing left is DNS (Domain Name Services). You need to make entry into the DNS server so it can be found by name. If your DNS is internal then it is quick, if it is external (provided by ISP) then contact the company provinding your internet service.
Good Luck.

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