As with your previous question, the problem you seem to be running into is likely DNS related. DNS maps a domain name (e.g. www.example.com) to an IP address (e.g. 126.96.36.199). When any computer wants to go to e.g. www.example.com, there is a process it follows to find the IP of the corresponding webserver. It seems likely that you have not correctly told ...
You must enable SSLEngine On on all vhosts for port 443. Even for the fallback one here.
Since you want to reject all visitors anyway, you don't really need a valid certificate, so just use whatever you happen to have available – you could even generate a self-signed one for goaway.invalid or some other arbitrary domain. There's no practical difference ...
I got it to work by following the instructions on https://www.git-tower.com/blog/apache-on-macos/#installation . The HomeBrew directory mentioned on this page wasn't there, so I put the included file in the same directory as the httpd.conf file.
When I try to access my Wampserver website from a different device, the device will redirect to localhost.
One issue here is that Apache has a "default" virtual host (the first host it loads). In this case, that is your localhost entry. This host is returned when no other virtual hosts match a request (in your case, when accessing Apache via an IP ...
This computer is most likely an OpenVPN server, as well as an Apache
The clients create a secure VPN to this server and then open the initial
web page, once the server becomes accessible via the VPN.
The IP address of 10.1.*.* is typical for the secure network that is
created by the VPN client, appearing on the client computer as
a virtual ...
Apache mentions that those log formats use slightly deviate from CLF for the reasons mentioned. I don't think it should matter much as they are rather similar and tools will parse them. You can use those logformats for custom logs, e.g.:
CustomLog logs/access_log common
This way you can reuse log formats e.g. for virtual hosts instead of having to specify ...
Although it's really difficult to correlate subdomain.domain.com, 188.8.131.52, and 184.108.40.206, two issues jump out at me. Here's my take on what I think you're telling us.
ProxyPass directives must always have a trailing slash:
See the tutorial
How To Configure the Apache Web Server on an Ubuntu or Debian VPS.
Briefly, the /etc/apache2 folder contains the config files and folders.
For defining the websites, the official word is to use these folders
(which you did):
sites-available/: This directory contains all of the virtual host files that define different web sites. These will ...