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answered Is it possible to have round-robin DNS with /etc/hosts file?
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answered After upgrading BIND: Why is refusing requests? The server is on a NAT'd network
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comment After upgrading BIND: Why is refusing requests? The server is on a NAT'd network
@embobo running dig on the same server where BIND is running gives the following "com. 800 IN SOA a.gtld-servers.net. nstld.verisign-grs.com. 1304364356 1800 900 604800 86400" (pastebin.com/g0nNeam7) the resolv.conf file is empty.
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comment After upgrading BIND: Why is refusing requests? The server is on a NAT'd network
@embobo I just got ";; connection timed out; no servers could be reached" (pastebin.com/tfHM1e3C) , and nothing on the named.run
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comment After upgrading BIND: Why is refusing requests? The server is on a NAT'd network
I have forgoten to include the output of the named.run file: 02-May-2011 12:37:26.674 client 10.a.b.c#59919: query (cache) 'bar/A/IN' denied
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accepted stunnel+HAProxy+Apache question, multiple site certificates
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comment stunnel+HAProxy+Apache question, multiple site certificates
many thanks, there is my final working configuration [pastebin.com/cr4TrQNA]
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comment stunnel+HAProxy+Apache question, multiple site certificates
Based on what I have found here here & here I have adapted a very simple config pastebin.com/rc3fNcay but I don't know what is wrong I get the "Oops, no RSA or DSA server certificate found for 'myname2:0'?!" and I'm using versions of Apache and OpenSSL with SNI support, @shane do you have any clue?
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comment stunnel+HAProxy+Apache question, multiple site certificates
That means that not all applications send the "Host: " header?
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comment stunnel+HAProxy+Apache question, multiple site certificates
I have found this on apachetutor.org/admin/reverseproxies "A similar situation arises in the case of encrypted (https) content. But in this case, there is no such workaround: if we could decrypt the data to process it then so could any other man-in-the-middle, and the security would be worthless. This can only be circumvented by installing mod_ssl and a certificate on the proxy, so that the actual secure session is between the browser and the proxy, not the origin server." This is what I need but, I really don't have much experience with mod_proxy, how can I acomplish that?
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