I recently got a new modem/router (Technicolor C2100T) and I have a server (Ubuntu 16.04) with everything properly configured. With my old router/modem I had I was able to access the server from the public IP, with the new one I cant, but only on one
<Directory /var/www/html/admin/> Order allow,deny Allow from 192.168.1.0/24 Allow from myip </Directory> Allow from 192.168.1.0/24 - do I need this line? Is this the best way and correct at all to put it in end of file in /etc/apache2/apache2.
I have configured Apache web server which passes the request to Weblogic App Server on context root /2d ProxyPass /2d http://exlhamppatgc.2degreesmobile.co.nz:7003/2d ProxyPassReverse /2d http://exlhamppatgc.2degreesmobile.co.nz:7003/2d Now I want to
I would like to have all the output from the (perl) CGIs in its own log file. What i tried: Setting ScriptLog /var/log/httpd/cgi.log in httpd.conf, but this had no effect. Probably something else is missing. Any ideas? --------------Solutions--------
Hello I've installed apache2 on my new raspberry pi, so I'm actually learning how to setup all. I've a problem with ftp, in particular I've the user "pi" and the "root" user. Now if I upload the php files in my var/www/html as pi and t
Suppose I'm using apache 2.2 as reverse proxy to a tomcat app server. The mod_proxy connection to backend tomcat is over ssl. How do I enable ssl session caching for apache not only on client side, but also on the reverse proxy side as well?
I know how to make load balancing based on JSESSIONID in cookie and jsessionid as the last parameter in URL delimieted by semicolon: ProxyPass "/test" "balancer://mycluster" stickysession=JSESSIONID|jsessionid scolonpathdelim=On Howeve
Is it safe to assume, that nothing gets broken after enabling an apache module? For example, I want to enable mod_headers on production server, but I'm afraid it can break something, perhaps because it can interact with other modules or because of an
In other words, a user sends a request to my application which is behind a reverse proxy. The reverse proxy intercepts the request and sets an environment variable aaa using SetEnvIf. The reverse proxy then passes the request to my application. My ap
I'm currently running Apache 2.2 on a Centos 6.7 machine. I need to disable the usage of the RC4 cipher under openSSL. Here is my current SSL config: SSL Protocol support: # List the enable protocol levels with which clients will be able to # connect
I am currently having the following problem I can't seem to find a working solution for; I have "installed" a theme for the default apache directory browser. This theme requires the theme folder to be present in every subfolder of a share so it
My auth-system broke while updating from apache 2.2 to 2.4 The following config part is the problem <Location "/secured/"> # enable mod_python AddHandler mod_python .py # require auth AuthType myauth AuthName "my-auth" PythonAuth
I see a lot of questions out there with a lot of suggestions, yet no one has definitively proven that you can enable a global setting via the web.xml that sits in tomcat/conf/web.xml. So my question is if this is possible? My particular problem is ex
I have a network that looks like this: |------------| |---------------|/ ---------- | Client | --- https --> | Load Balancer | ---- https --> | server | |------------| |---------------|\ ---------- The load balancer is an Apache mod_proxy, with a co
I have my apache host under /var/www/html and I put few small git deploy scripts into /var/www directory for simplicity. Is www a public folder? Is it safe to store scripts in there? If so, are there any risks? If not, which directory is recommended?
I have been reading the forum on how to include a location to a 2-WAY SSL, but not the other way around. What I need to do is have the whole site under 2-WAY SSL, and exclude the /monitor Location. What I tried so far: # 2-Way SSL settings # SSLVerif
I have a webserver that is currently running TurnKeyLinux version of lighttpd (https://www.turnkeylinux.org/lighttpd-php-fastcgi). What I'm looking to do is route all outgoing traffic/requests from lighttpd through a HTTP Proxy. Apache has a neat lit
I have a 3rd party application where I'm trying to access the path /a+b/file.txt. The URI for this must be http://server.example.com/a%2Bb/file.txt. If I use http://server.example.com/a+b/file.txt it thinks I am trying to get /a b/file.txt (+ interpr
I have an apache 2.2 instance serving two sites using virtualhost. apachectl -S returns syntax okay. Querying each ServerName with dig [ServerName] points to the correct ip address and hostname. But the sites only work sporadically. Here is my curren
I have configured Apache 2.2 so that I can have 2 hosts. The problem is when I connect using the second host, the default one is loaded. This is the vhosts.conf file: NameVirtualHost *:80 <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin [email protected] DocumentRo