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comment Apache difference between VirtualHost with ip and without
If *:80 does not work, is it possible the server's host-based firewall (iptables) is blocking incoming http requests?
Jun
20
revised How to set up SSL for one domain of several virtualhosts
applying info from comment into answer as per @Doug's suggestion.
Jun
20
comment Cisco ASA 5505: PAT / NAT between 2 IPSec Tunnels
What version of ASA OS are you running? Also, it is practically impossible to answer questions like this without also seeing the config. Can you paste a copy of the config (removing any passwords or sensitive data?)
Jun
20
comment How to set up SSL for one domain of several virtualhosts
@DougJohnson-Cookloose maybe I am misunderstanding something, but your entry above has domain1.com for 99.99.99.99. Don't you mean that to be domain2.com?
Jun
19
comment How to set up SSL for one domain of several virtualhosts
@DougJohnson-Cookloose - you could add a NameVirtualHost for 99.99.99.99:80 and then a <VirtualHost 99.99.99.99:80> stanza. In that case, most exact entry would win (i.e., if the traffic actually came into 99.99.99.99 it would hit the entry for 99.99.99.99 before *:80.
Jun
19
comment How to set up SSL for one domain of several virtualhosts
@MichaelHampton I used to do this as well, but Internet Bad Guys can use that to scope down their attack on your server. Security/Safety is a totally different topic, but you should definitely turn off any indication your server is apache to the outside world, if for no other reason than to slow down someone trying to compromise you.
Jun
19
answered Use ports instead of domains for multiple sites
Jun
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answered How to set up SSL for one domain of several virtualhosts
Jun
18
revised Salt-cloud docker state, handle volumes
minor spelling corrections
Jun
18
answered How to prevent a service from starting until a volume is mounted?
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comment Trying to boot a diskless server to Windows 2012 using iSCSI and Differencing VHDs
Hello @ddarvish and welcome to Server Fault! If you have a question, you are welcome to post a new question using the "Ask Question" button. Asking people to contact you off-site is strongly discouraged since other people may have your exact problem.
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