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Two DNS names for on Domino server

What if you have two DNS names? For example, we have http://www.DNS1.com and http://www.DNS2.com. Currently, our Domino server points to the DNS1 address. All our database that is Web-enabled points to this. Recently I built another database on the same server, but they want it to have its own DNS name (i.e., http://www.DNS2.com). How do I let our Domino server to point to this address when accessing this DB? Is this even possible? Thanks.
It certainly is possible. You simply need to create an Internet Site document in the directory, which contains all of the information you would need for the site. If it needs its own IP address, make sure it is set up on the system, add it to the Domino server with a port name and have Domino HTTP listening to those IPs. You should be good to go.
This was first published in August 2004

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