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SSL can be done fairly easily.  You just have to have the SSL cert for  
each SSL host and make sure the apache config points to those certs  
for those domains only.  Many Many companies do this all day long.
On Nov 12, 2009, at 5:02 PM, Matt Rideout wrote:

> With the exception of domains where SSL is used (and even then, there
> are workarounds), there is no reason that you couldn't have hundreds  
> of
> Apache virtual hosts on a single IP. I do that routinely.
>
> Jeff Hubbs wrote, On 11/12/2009 04:23 PM:
>> Geoffrey wrote:
>>
>>> Depends on how many you want.  I had to pay to get a static IP and  
>>> with
>>> a static IP you get 5 IPs.  Do you need more then that?
>>>
>> I'd like it to be kind of open-ended but 5 would be a good start.   
>> For
>> all I know, you can do this thing through GoDaddy, etc. where you can
>> re-use a single IP address for more than one host through some kind  
>> of
>> redirection.
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