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comment Vagrant private IP not found after network change
ok... good to know! i don't know much about networking, and I just picked an IP from the private networking space that I thought would be easy to remember. So should I use something that starts with 192.168.? instead? Do you think this is the problem?
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comment Vagrant private IP not found after network change
i don't think i have a conflict? nothings complained about the IP as far as I'm aware... I don't really want to use it on another network, I just want it to come back when I return to my wired connection. It'd be great if it could work on both of course, with a static ip. I'd be totally fine with having to run a command to fix it up when switching networks, if need be....
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revised Can an apache module be installed and enabled without disrupting service?
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comment Can an apache module be installed and enabled without disrupting service?
hey... thanks for the feedback - i've done that before on toy sites, but wasnt sure it it really worked - ie did any clients have their service disrupted? I'm looking for real world feedback on whether or not this truly works.... thanks!
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answered How do you force an Apache Load balancer to rewrite http 302 redirects to https?
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comment How do you force an Apache Load balancer to rewrite http 302 redirects to https?
I think you're probably right in that it can be done with mod_headers... I'll look into it... That led me to ProxyPassReverse which might be built specifically for doing this.
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