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AuthUserFile directive

Syntax: BindAddress *|IP-address|domain-name
Default: BindAddress *
Context: server config
Status: core
Compatibility: BindAddress is deprecated and will be eliminated in Apache 2.0.

A Unix® http server can either listen for connections to every IP address of the server machine, or just one IP address of the server machine. If the argument to this directive is *, then the server will listen for connections on every IP address. Otherwise, the server can listen to only a specific IP-address or a fully-qualified Internet domain-name.

For example:
BindAddress 192.168.15.48

Only one BindAddress directive can be used.

This directive is deprecated and will be eliminated in Apache 2.0. Equivalent functionality and more control over the address and ports Apache listens to is available using the Listen directive.

BindAddress can be used as an alternative method for supporting virtual hosts using multiple independent servers, instead of using <VirtualHost> sections.

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