I have a server at www.example.com running a PHP-made webpage served by Apache, this page is listening to port 80.
Now I want to serve my Node.JS on the domain www.example2.com. Both pages should be on the same server, the Node.JS app should be running on port 3000. How do I achieve this?
From other answers and blog posts (like this one: http://garr.me/blog/running-node-js-and-apache-together-using-mod_proxy/) I have learnt that I can create a ReverseProxy to redirect www.example.com/app to my app, however this is not the intended behavior. What I want is this new domain www.example2.com to go the server's ip address at port 3000.
Side question: This question might sound stupid but, can't I redirect the whole domain to the server's IP address at port 3000 from the domain name configuration at GoDaddy/Route53???