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2 servers 1 ip help pls


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hey there
at home currently i have a win xp IIS server setup. also a mac pro with apache server.
until now i was using win server by just entering the public ip. now though that i want to use the mac pro which has the same public ip what can i do?
i want both servers to work.
i cant get 2 different public ips from my isp
any suggestions?
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