My configuration is very simple :
To avoid duplicate content, I want to prevent user to go on my website by hitting directly apache (which is running on port 8080).
I have setup a Varnish server listening on port 80, so I want to use only this to avoid bot indexing the same website on different port which may cause duplicate content issue.
I'm using a dedicated server with Debian 6.
My virtual host looks like :
<VirtualHost *:8080> ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost ServerName www.seek-team.com DocumentRoot ... DirectoryIndex app.php <Directory "/var/www/seek-team.com/current/web"> Options -Indexes FollowSymLinks SymLinksifOwnerMatch AllowOverride All Allow from All </Directory> </VirtualHost>
How to prevent user to directly access to the website using port 8080 ? (but I still need varnish to hit apache correctly).