IIS + Apache + PHP

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Hi All,

I have configured IIS on a Windows 2003 Hosting Server and it is
currently listening to Port 80. I have also installed Apache which is
running on Port 9091. I have already installed PHP Support for Apache
which is working fine.

Now, the scenario is that I want to host a Website on IIS but want to
serve its content from Apache as they are all PHP Pages. In a perfect
case, I would like to host my Website on IIS and host a Wordpress CMS
on Apache. So, in the end, the pages displayed to the user will be
loaded from Wordpress CMS hosted on Apache Webserver but the user will
pass through IIS first.

Please provide me some starting information on the above mentioned

Thanks and Regards,

Muhammad Haseeb Khan

Re: IIS + Apache + PHP

Haseeb Khan wrote:
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I don't see why you need IIS at all.

Apache is just as capable of displaying basic web pages.

Re: IIS + Apache + PHP

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my bet is that he's hosting clients...one of whom wants to run the cms
application. for some reason, haseeb fails to ask the correct question: 'how
can i set up IIS to use both asp and php?'. architecturally speaking, your
thought should be: 'i dont see why you need apache at all'.

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apache is *more* capable than IIS in fact. zeus is about the only other web
server i know of that is more robust and reliable...but that costs an arm
and a leg.

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To restore balance to the world Haseeb Khan  wrote in
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You only need Apache or IIS with PHP support.I can see what you are trying
to do or achieve.

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