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accepted If I create a virtualhost for a new domain, do I have to create a second virtualhost to maintain the preexisting, straight through access?
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comment If I create a virtualhost for a new domain, do I have to create a second virtualhost to maintain the preexisting, straight through access?
super, thanks :)
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comment If I create a virtualhost for a new domain, do I have to create a second virtualhost to maintain the preexisting, straight through access?
thanks for the clarification
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comment If I create a virtualhost for a new domain, do I have to create a second virtualhost to maintain the preexisting, straight through access?
Thanks for the link. Looks like that's the info I need. Additionally, and this may actually be a different question entirely, but is all of this virtualhost config just as pertinent if the server itself does not have a public IP?, but rather a router forwards requests to a LAN IP?
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comment If I create a virtualhost for a new domain, do I have to create a second virtualhost to maintain the preexisting, straight through access?
If I'm reading yours and @Nathan's, answers correctly, you seem to be disagreeing on where the catch-all goes. Am I reading that correctly?
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