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Thread began 10/28/2009 1:45 am by troyd | Last modified 11/03/2009 12:04 am by troyd | 2859 views | 16 replies

troyd

Originally Said By: SOJO web
  Are you not able to click the "hosts" tab and register new hosts?  



Yes, and I know that you suggested that in another forum to me. But I was confused as to what to put where and didn't want to keep asking. I read the docs, but didn't grasp the Port I should use and whether I should be using a Dynamic DNS and why.

Also, there are 2 + signs. One is for Aliases. I read that it's the same settings as the new host but why would I have an alias, or should I?

I think the Port was the biggest puzzle for me. Since Apache is on 80 and MySQL is on 3306 what should I use? And do I create a new host for each site?
Some of my sites are just sandboxes for learning and testing, so there are no remote versions. And some are just local and remote, with no need for testing servers. Then there are those that need both.

I will happily try adding a new host and see if that fixes my DFP behavior during testing. What port should I use if the site folder is contained in the "Sites" folder under my username? Or does it matter?

Can I create one new server host called "WASandbox" for example and put all my php test files in their and then leave Port set to "Server setting" as it is? Or is "Server setting" a cue for me to put something in there?

Thanks again,
TroyD

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