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If I understood Plan9's 2nd example correctly you would map all the URL's you needed to the same IP and apache would determine which vhost to use and related configs to use based on the url defined.
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Originally Posted by SteveZ23 View Post

Okay so, I have the redirect working, can I use the same IP address to redirect to other webpages or do I need more IPs?

You don't assign IPs. In my 2nd example I had no IPs listed
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