I have 2 ethernet ports on my machine, both receiving their IP addresses via DHCP.
I would like to run essentially two web servers on the machine. Technically, I would like to run Apache on one address/port combination, and Node.js listening on port 80 on the other ethernet port.
All Apache documentation I've found mentions using the Listen directive for specifying which address/port Apache should listen on. The only problem is that my IP addresses are dynamic, and I don't want to bother changing the config every time my IP changes.
Is there anyway to tell Apache to bind to a specific MAC address?
I'm pretty sure the answer is no, considering the socket bind function appears to require an IP address, unless it's smart enough to take a MAC or port name, and lookup the associated IP.