I am adding a VHost (two, actually, on 80 and 443) to an existing config that does the same thing for two other names to Apache/2.2.9 / Debian.
The symptom is that Apache happily starts with no errors, the other two are fine, but the new one throws connection refused for both ports. I have verified DNS and firewall settings.
Apache is happily Listening correctly (Listen directives: Listen *:80 Listen: *:443)
www:/etc/apache2# lsof -n -i apache2 8983 www-data 7u IPv6 39301 TCP *:https (LISTEN) apache2 8984 www-data 5u IPv6 39297 TCP *:www (LISTEN)
I verified the network config for the IP address, and it accepts connections for, e.g. ssh.
The Vhost is (names/IP changed)
<VirtualHost 10.0.0.2:443> Servername www.site.com
I checked for overlap with other server configs, there isn't any. I compared the config with the other VHosts that are working, and the only differences are names and IPs.
And idea what I could be missing?