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I'm using apache as a backend server and nginx as an front end server, and i've got stuck with configurations.

Here a my nginx.conf file and here are my apache2.conf

I was doing that some time ago, on my localhost.

The problem is i do not have an domain name, i'm accesing this server from it's ip.

is there any special configurations for it ?

Thanks a lot and sorry for my english, i'm from Romania.

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use /etc/hosts to assign fake domain name pointing to your 127.0.0.1 – AlexD Oct 21 '12 at 10:26

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