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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. 1.2.3.4). 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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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This computer is most likely an OpenVPN server, as well as an Apache web server. 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 ...


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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 ...


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Although it's really difficult to correlate subdomain.domain.com, 123.123.123.123, and 222.222.222.222, 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: <Location /> ProxyPass https://123.123.123.123:1111/ ProxyPassReverse https://123.123.123.123:1111/ </...


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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 ...


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