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comment apache 2.4 don't find the SSL Certificate File
Also check your key length: DH parameter interoperability with primes > 1024 bit Beginning with version 2.4.7, mod_ssl makes use of standardized DH parameters with prime lengths of 2048, 3072 and 4096 bits and with additional prime lengths of 6144 and 8192 bits beginning with version 2.4.10 (from RFC 3526), and hands them out to clients based on the length of the certificate's RSA/DSA key. With Java-based clients in particular (Java 7 or earlier), this may lead to handshake failures - see this FAQ answer for working around such issues.
Mar
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comment apache 2.4 don't find the SSL Certificate File
can you try to give the path without the quotes? SSLCertificateFile /etc/apache2/ssl/cert/server.crt
Jan
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answered Restricting per-user outgoing SSH
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comment Nginx reverse proxy without SSL termination
Well my provider does not supply IPv6 and I have a max of 1 external IP.
Dec
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accepted Nginx reverse proxy without SSL termination
Dec
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comment Nginx reverse proxy without SSL termination
Thanks a lot for this !
Dec
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asked Nginx reverse proxy without SSL termination
Dec
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comment Routing on Bonded VLANs
sometimes a reboot / restart of the networking is needed to flush the routing tables etc. I have encountered it before. And indeed. A gateway is only needed when you want to reach a destination outside of the locally connected LAN.
Dec
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comment How to expose DomU's to router network?
looks like you want to use bridged networking. Have a look here : wiki.xenproject.org/wiki/Xen_Networking
Dec
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answered Routing on Bonded VLANs
Dec
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comment Two openvpn servers on the same machine, route traffic between the two subnets
Make sure client-to-client is turned on, ipv4 forwarding in /etc/sysctl.conf is on, and that you have the proper firewall rules if needed. check if the server can reach the clients on the same subnet, if that all is working ok check the traffic with tcpdump or wireshark (what comes in and goes out, or comes in and does not go out.
Dec
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comment Ping connected Clients to VPN tunnel PPTP
Hey, from what I see in your routing table you used the same subnet for your pptp tunnel as your local lan? Try starting with using a different subnet.
Oct
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answered Setting up a server with two NICs using two separate subnets (each on a different VLAN)
Jul
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comment Netmask ordering prioritization not working?
not really answering your question here, but multi-homing a DC is generally not a good idea. Why not use a router/L3 switch/... with iphelper if you want multiple subnets? this way you can leave your DC to 1 ip address. Saves a LOT of trouble
Jul
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answered DHCP server does not work with 2 router
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accepted Has the use of sudo changed in Debian 7?
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comment Has the use of sudo changed in Debian 7?
@MichaelHampton thx. This seems to be the issue. Could you post this as answer? Mystery tough how my path has changed after the upgrade...