HTTP stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol and is the protocol used to transfer information around the World Wide Web.

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How to host website over public ip in centos 6 server

I don't have router so i built the system as a router in CentOS 6.4 with the help of IPtables. I have a server which is connected to the Local LAN. suppose 192.168.1.1 Then i forwarded the public ip ...
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limit directive takes time to block post (httpd)

I have blocked post method on httpd with limit directive.It successfully gives a 403 for post request. But I see huge time taken between request and response in logs. I am logging the time taken to ...
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Nginx + node.js single page app, sending /index.html and proxying together

I've got a Nginx running, with Node.js on port 3000. location / { root /path/to/my/site; index index.html index.htm; try_files $uri $uri/ @node; } location ...
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Off-loading HTTP traffic

Need help in off loading HTTP traffic. My web server is having a lot of traffic resulting in slow response. It is also getting requests on port 80 from various mobile applications too. Traffic from ...
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Nginx byte-serving http requests

I know it is possible to use Nginx to spread requests over multiple web servers thus doing load balancing. This solution requires back-end servers having high bandwidth and is effective when dealing ...
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Why doesn't Android cache Apple Touch Icons? [closed]

I'm not sure if this applies to every Android phone, but it seems that many Android browsers don't cache the Apple Touch Icon and reload it on every page view. I have the following in the ...
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monit: can't connect to the http interface

I'm setting up monit on a new site, which i'll refer to as mywebsite.com during this question. I've set up the config to access monit's web interface page, but i can't connect to it. I've got a ...
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nginx Request line too large

I'm getting the error: Bad Request Request Line is too large (6060 > 4094) When I access the a specific url on my server like this: /api/categorize?packages=package1,package2,...packageN On ...
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How can i forward the http and ssh port to my internal server using iptables

I do not have the router so i make the Linux system into router having centos 6.4 for forwarding the Public network traffic to my local LAN.It has the two NIC card. one for public ip (eth1) and ...
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Use Openconnect and Httpd at the same time

My httpd service is working properly, however when using OpenConnect through the box I can no longer connect to the box's webserver, it's giving me a timeout error. Connecting with: openconnect -s ...
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OpenConnect causing problems with httpd service

My httpd service was working properly, however whenever using OpenConnect through the box I can no longer connect to the box's webserver, it's giving me a 522 timeout error. Maybe I'm going about ...
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Rewrite rule when source contains a '?' [duplicate]

Scratching my head on this. I have an old URL: http://myserver/blog/archive?openview&type=Category&key=Demo and a new URL http://myserver/blog/categories/Demo I'm trying to get ...
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not able to access xml file from webserver

when i am trying to aceess my html file of xml file after putting it in var/www/html i am not be able to access it from a browser. for example , i have stored crossdomain.xml file in var/www/html ...
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L2TP/IPsec through HTTP Port 80

i got an VPN (L2TP/IPsec) Tunnel running on my synology nas. my router is configured for vpn passthrough. so everything is fine. furthermore i got an webservice running on port 80. now i got the ...
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Optimizing OS for HTTP requests

We make a lot of HTTP requests. Recently, we've started thinking about optimizations at the OS level to make more requests from a single machine. In order to check the performance of our OS, I've ...
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Forward traffic from a socks server to another socks server, based on some application layer “parameters” such as domain name or TLD extension

I want to configure a socks server (with ssh dynamic port forwarding for example) who can forward the traffic to another socks server or http server maybe ... and I want this routing to happens at ...
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very slow outbound HTTP on a webserver

I've got a web server running Windows Server 2008 R2, SP1, and IIS7. It has been running fine for some time, but recently begun having difficulty with outbound HTTP. Attempts to hit web pages from ...
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Create VirtualHosts for zeroconf http services

I have multiple node.js apps running on my computer, and things are getting pretty confusing since the only difference between accessing them is the port number. So I had the idea to use zeroconf to ...
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How do I get check_http -r to look for exactly n instances of a string

I have an URL I can query to make sure that my app is running properly. The results are something like below. Checking that "ok" is in the string does not tell me all is well, I need to know that it ...
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http request body got corrupted occasionally

I have a problem related to http POST body corruption. I got a Apache2 as web server, php as server script and the request is send by android HttpURLConnection class. Traffic is not too much, like 1 ...
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NTLM through proxy server

We use squid as a HTTP proxy (if needed I can modify it's configuration). We want to access a website that uses ntlm for authentication When we go on the website through squid we see a blank page ...
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nginx responding to unknown host names?

I have two domains that point to the same server, one we'll call home and one we'll call web. I'm running nginx on port 80 for HTTP and 443 for HTTPS. In my server definitions, I've defined two ...
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Configure nginx for max-age=0 requests

I'm using nginx as a reverse proxy with proxy_cache. The back-end is setting cache-control response headers which makes nginx serve responses from cache when possible. However I would like to allow ...
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Configuration of nginx for git-http-backend on debian(-based systems)

I'm having trouble to get git-http-backend working using an nginx server on my Ubuntu 13.04 machine. Tried it with Debian 7 before but with similar results. Basically I followed ...
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Why do I get a 404 for my index.page in my http/https nginx setup?

I'm using WPN-XM (stack with Nginx, MariaDB, PHP and OPENSSL) and am trying to setup OpenSSL in a HTTP/HTTPS server. I'm following the instructions from NGINX here and my server starts/stops without ...
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How do I block malicious HTTP request?

since few days, someone is sending thousands of request to a wordpress website hosted on my webserver. A generic log line for this request is: 60.173.10.250 - - [23/Nov/2013:18:24:46 +0100] "GET ...
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The page isn't redirecting properly

I have deploy my web app to EC2(AWS) instance. Firewall, tomcat configuration etc are OK. When i try acess to it via browser i see such error. enter link description here I see this in all browsers. ...
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urlscan configuration for http methods

was wondering if anyone knew how to set up http restrictions using urlscan on a sever. As im not sure on how to configure it to set up the rules can someone help please? thanks mark
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how to disable http methods via iis

We have unnecessary http methods enabled on one of our servers, and have been advised to disable any methods we do not require. The problem I have is that I am unsure of how to disable the unused ...
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Exclusion in IIS HTTP Redirect

We want to redirect all users to a particular aspx or html page during downtime of the site during deployment. But we want few members from development team would be able to see the site during this ...
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How to redirect https request to http [closed]

Assuming I don't have a valid certificate to handle a https session I want to redirect all https requests to http. Is it possible without opening https session?
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CentOS - Increasing Users Download & Upload Speeds

I have has some clients report that their download speed from my web and ftp servers max out at 4.5Mbps for them, to me thats awesome, but now i am wondering why it stop at 4.5. The services are ...
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Custom “Not Found” with G-WAN Web Server on static content directory

Custom "Not Found (including Text and Headers)" with G-WAN Web Server on static content directory Before I ask my question, note that I have figured out how G-WAN builds responses with scripted ...
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Nginx returning 444 for PUT and DELETE

I'm trying to build a REST API through Nginx and everything works fine except when I the requests are PUT or DELETE. In these cases, Nginx returns 444 (no response). I did some research and all I ...
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Intermittent HTTP 401 errors

I am using an Intranet solution which requires basic HTTP login. However, there is an intermittent error which requires me to log in again, and then the server says "Forbidden" whether I give the ...
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How to configure Varnish not to cache a particular folder?

I would like to set up Varnish as reverse proxy cache for Apache. How can I setup Varnish so that it does not cache content from a particular folder (and its subfolders), let's say ...
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IIS7 URL Rewrite - Checking for X-Forwarded-For header

I am pretty familiar with IIS and URL Rewrite but I just got a task which stumped me. I need to check each request for the presence of the X-Forwarded-For HTTP header and, depending on its presence, ...
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On Ubuntu installed NginX and Can't find where new WWW root is

On Ubuntu 13.04 the original WWW was in /var/www/ then I installed NginX and it installed correctly but I can't find the actual folder accessible by http (I looked in /etc/nginx/). I searched for ...
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Unable to browse to apache service, Service is running

Summary I have a very peculiar problem. I am not able to open the "It Works!" page after installing a fresh server with apache. I am able to ssh to the box (from outside the network). Apache seems to ...
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Mac Server & Ruby SSL help needed

I need some advice on a potential problem i face, relating to a Mac server & Ruby on Rails. We have a mac server (xserve running tiger) running Ruby, Apache (httpd?) and mongrel to provide a ...
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HTTP 200 Response displayed instead of SharePoint page

I'm having a hard time troubleshooting this issue. It's a little beyond my expertise. I support users who also connect to a SharePoint site. Recently they will occasionally receive this message ...
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HTTPS and HTTP issue on server with SSL

I have a site www.example.com for which i purchased SSL cert and installed. And it was working fine, I also have a subdomain with app.example.com which was not on SSL. Both www.example.com and ...
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Large keepalive_requests values are severely slowing-down Nginx

When running a bacon (43-byte transparent pixel) load test on Nginx, we have tried several keepalive_requests values (from 10 to 100,000) and the optimal value seems to be 10. Here are the server ...
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azure no response from node application

I read the default http port is 80, and added a public http port on Azure: I'm starting the application with capistrano using nodejitsu / forever: sudo "NODE_ENV=production PORT=80 forever start ...
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HTTP Non-persistent connection and objects splitting

I hope this is the right board for my question about HTTP protocol with non-persistent connections. Suppose a single request for a html object that requires to be split in two different TCP/IP ...
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nginx dynamic servername with regular expression doesn't work for co.uk

I'm trying to setup a nginx server which dynamically loads content from a folder for a domain. To do this I'm using regular expressions in the server name like so: server_name ...
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What is the difference between using upstream and location for php-fpm?

I've been searching around but couldn't find a straight answer, if someone could please clarify this, would be greatly appreciated, thanks! location ~ \.php$ { try_files $uri = 404; ...
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Troubleshooting Basic auth loop

I have a HTTP basic auth PHP script that I know works as I have tried on a local LAMP server. When I try it on my shared host, regardless of credentials (non are actually required) the login and ...
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I believe this is preventing me from using SSL on SVN

I cannot use SSL for Subversion (Apache) on port 443, so I listed my URLReservations and I found this: Reserved URL : https://+:443/sra_{BA235980-CD49-458b-9E23-C84EE0ADCD75}/ User: ...
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Apache2 - Vhost keep redirect to https vhost, and not the request vhost

i am facing an issue with my vHost setup which I rly can't figure out how to fix First my vhost config: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName dnsmaster.anonogle.com:80 DocumentRoot /var/www/dns ...