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Apr
19
awarded  Student
Apr
18
accepted How to manage DNS for hundreds of domains?
Apr
18
comment How to manage DNS for hundreds of domains?
Ah, cool. I'm not running a DNS server myself (my hosting company manages it). Would I be best to engage the services of a third party, and if so, would you recommend one?
Apr
18
comment How to manage DNS for hundreds of domains?
With a CNAME, does the URL change after you go through the redirect? i.e. does subdomain.myclient.com/accountName become myclient.mycompany.com/accountName? Because that wouldn't be desirable...
Apr
18
asked How to manage DNS for hundreds of domains?
Mar
19
awarded  Supporter
Mar
19
comment Apache mod_rewrite behaves differently on SSL and non-SSL configs
Oh, btw. The second rule is for a Yahoo verification file. Never had any problems with that, though I'll fix those parens and then be extra-good. :)
Mar
19
accepted Apache mod_rewrite behaves differently on SSL and non-SSL configs
Mar
19
comment Apache mod_rewrite behaves differently on SSL and non-SSL configs
It "just works". Thank you so much. The mystifying thing about this problem was that I tried many variations, and found some that worked. And then didn't. It was very frustrating. But this is working for now, so I'm happy!
Mar
16
awarded  Editor
Mar
16
comment Apache mod_rewrite behaves differently on SSL and non-SSL configs
Added, as per request...
Mar
16
revised Apache mod_rewrite behaves differently on SSL and non-SSL configs
Addition of log info and a bit of followup
Mar
16
comment Apache mod_rewrite behaves differently on SSL and non-SSL configs
The request isn't redirected correctly. In mod_rewrite parlance, it "passes through", according to the log. Seems a clear case of not matching. I also removed the [R] flag later, but it snuck into my code above.
Mar
16
asked Apache mod_rewrite behaves differently on SSL and non-SSL configs
Mar
29
accepted IPTables Setup to allow REST-based Web Services
Mar
28
comment IPTables Setup to allow REST-based Web Services
Very good: this line helped -- iptables -A INPUT -m conntrack --ctstate RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT -- but I'm still having issues with other services. For now at least, getting to Google works, but other things still don't. :-(
Mar
28
asked IPTables Setup to allow REST-based Web Services
Feb
18
awarded  Scholar