Web servers are responsible for sending the content you view every day on the Internet. An organization's web server is the backbone of the company's Internet presence. Apache is by far the most popular web server on the Internet and is included with all major Linux distributions and macOS.
How I configured the Apache web server on a Linux system.
Checked to see if Apache was installed. You can install using dnf install -y httpd
Set up the name of the web server to match the name of the computer using vi /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
Changed the name at about line 95
Deleted the hashtag from the beginning of the line to uncomment and replaced the www.example.com:80 with 192.168.0.2
Replaced the localhost with the IP address
Saved the file and started the Apache server and then checked the status
Setup a rule for iptables to allow HTTP traffic to our server and then saved the rule
Tested for installation using links to display web pageson both systems
Once on the web server, created a web page and saved it. In the file entered "APACHE IS COOL!!!" and sent the message
Logged in to different client to display the message