I got everything working, and can access the virtual named hosts on the local machine, but how do I configure Apache so I can access the virtual servers from other computers on my home network? And after it's configured correctly, what address would I use from the other computers to access them?
I've tried different settings and searched the Apache docs and the Internet, but can't find any instructions that address this situation.
Thanks for any help!
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Re: Configuring Apache for home network access2007-04-13T12:53:06Z in response to SystemAdminAccess from other computers depends on your host configuration. It is not an Apache issue.
If you are on *nix, check your configuration in file hosts. In win environment check host.conf. You can specify in such files your privates address (ips at home) with its respectives names.