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This version of Apache includes high-performance patches from the "Accelerating Apache project" at Silicon Graphics (Up to 900% more performance under the SPECweb96 benchmark!), many optimizations, Extended Application Programming Interface (EAPI), Shared memory module, hooks for SSL module, Hotwired XSSI module, and several patches/cosmetic improvements. It is also fully modular, and many modules are available in pre-compiled format. Documentation for some standard Apache modules and other addon modules is included. Also included are special patches to enable FrontPage 2000 support, however you need to install the optional package to enable it.

What is the Advanced Extranet Server?

The Apache Web Server serves as the foundation for the Advanced Extranet Server project. This fully modular, highly integrated and scalable solution offers the following features:

  • Advanced Scripting, CGI and Dynamic content
  • Database integration
  • Content management and publishing tools
  • Advanced User Authentication
  • Strong Cryptography for the international market
Future versions will also feature:
  • Shopping Carts
  • Online Payment Processing
  • Web-based e-mail and mailing lists
  • Resources for Webmasters
  • ISP tools for Virtual Hosting
  • Advanced management tools
  • ... and more!

For more information, visit the Advanced Extranet Homepage.

About Apache

The Apache Project is a collaborative software development effort aimed at creating a robust, commercial-grade, featureful, and freely-available source code implementation of an HTTP (Web) server. The project is jointly managed by a group of volunteers located around the world, using the Internet and the Web to communicate, plan, and develop the server and its related documentation. These volunteers are known as the Apache Group. In addition, hundreds of users have contributed ideas, code, and documentation to the project.

Apache is the most popular web server in the world, with around 60% market share, more than twice than Microsoft IIS!

According to Netcraft, "May 1999 sees Apache go past the 3 million sites mark. The widespread deployment of Apache amongst hosting companies and ISPs ensures that Apache is in a better position to echo the growth of the web than any other server, and this has been a longterm theme of the Web Server survey. "

Important Note

If you are seeing this instead of the content you expected, please contact the administrator of the site involved. If you send mail about this to the authors of the Apache software, NetRevolution, or to the distributors of the operating system, who almost certainly have nothing to do with this site, your message will be ignored. You are probably seeing this page because the server is not yet fully configured.

About the Optimizations

This special version of Apache includes optimizations by Jean-Michel Dault at NetRevolution for use within an ISP.