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ProxyPreserveHost Directive When enabled, this option will pass the Host: line from the incoming request to the proxied host, instead of the hostname specified in the ProxyPass line. This option should normally be turned Off. It is mostly useful in special configurations like proxied mass name-based virtual hosting, where the original Host header needs to ...
Remove all the DNS server entries from your IPv4 network configuration. Then add your dns server IPv4 address as the only one. Also may need to flush dnscache.
Another option is by a wild card cert. These typically cost more, but are much more flexible. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildcard_certificate
You buy the certificate for the hostname of the service to which the SSL client will connect.
Given that the crux of your question is basically related to accessing newly created sites from users of your site which is designed to allow this, you would indeed need to create virtual hosts for every site created (as otherwise your web server would have no way to determine which site to process requests for). You could look at automatically creating ...
First, determine what DNS servers are authoritative for your domain. You can do this by looking at the domain settings at GoDaddy. Go to Godaddy.com and login From the main menu, launch the domains control panel Select the domain in question by clicking on it On the resulting page, look at what's listed in the nameservers section Once you know what ...
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