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There is nothing wrong with that. Since your website resolves to both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, the browser (or whatever HTTP client) at the other end may pick an address in random order, or prefer IPv6 over IPv4 (or the other way round). It may very well connect over IPv4 sometimes, and IPv6 at other times. The behavior has to be browser-specific and ...


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None of those "work" because the regex you specified in your location isn't the same as the regex you specified in Apache's .htaccess, and you aren't trying to use matches from it in try_files. For the .htaccess you have posted, something like this should be more appropriate: location ~ ^(.*)/(.*) { try_files $uri $1.php?rewrite=$2&$args =...


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You placed your ProxyPass directives in the VirtualHost for Port 80, which redirects to HTTPS. Place the ProxyPass directives into the VirtualHost for HTTPS.


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