I'm trying to get Apache installed on our main database/application server, and I'd like to give it its own IP address on a secondary NIC so I don't have to use a nonstandard port. This requires that I ensure everything else listening on port 80 is bound specifically to the primary IP address, rather than "all". This is no problem for the IIS sites, and I've already configured them appropriately.
The Reporting Services Configuration Manager seems to only give you the option of binding to a hostname or IP address, but not both. Is there a way around this via command line tools or direct editing of the config data, or will I need to add a third IP address and dedicate it to Reporting Services?