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From "Wes Hegge" <whe...@charter.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] VirtualHost Problem - was 2 Problems
Date Mon, 13 Jan 2003 20:29:46 GMT
Is there anyway to diagnose this problem I am having. 
 Maybe be able to see what Apache is seeing for the http 
header?  By looking in the logs it looks like it is 
getting www.test.com.

The version of Apache I am using is:
2.0.40

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

On Mon, 13 Jan 2003 11:55:08 -0500
  "Wes Hegge" <whegge@charter.net> wrote:
>I have just restarted the whole server to verify that I 
>had tried a restart.  Been hitting my head on this one so 
>much I have not been sure what I have done.
>
>As for the IP addresses:  Yes they resolve to the IP 
>numbers I supplied. I have pinged the DNS names to verify 
>that the correct IP  addresses are coming back. I am 
>attempting to setup Signalblast.com on our servers so 
>that I can get that web site out there.  I will be doing 
>a NAT with our firewall to bring the correct IP address 
>from the outside to the inside.  I have used test.com as 
>a test.  I have our internal DNS setup to answer for tht 
>domain instead of going outside to find it.  So, 
>essentially I have this configuration closed off from the 
>outside world until I get it working.
>
>On Mon, 13 Jan 2003 17:46:53 +0100
>  "Boyle Owen" <Owen.Boyle@swx.com> wrote:
>>Are these real domain names? - neither resolves to the IP 
>>address you
>>give...
>>
>>NameVirtualHost takes an IP address and all NBVHs must 
>>have a ServerName
>>which resolves to that IP. If not, anything is 
>>possible...
>>
>>Rgds,
>>
>>Owen Boyle
>>
>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>From: Wes Hegge [mailto:whegge@charter.net]
>>>Sent: Montag, 13. Januar 2003 17:31
>>>To: users@httpd.apache.org
>>>Subject: [users@httpd] VirtualHost Problem - was 2 
>>>Problems
>>>
>>>
>>>I have solved the original prblems I was having with 
>>>getting Apache to start without errors.  Now I cannot get 
>>>it to do NmaedVirtualHosts.  I have 2 websites setup. 
>>>The 
>>>first is www.signalblast.com, the second is www.test.com. 
>>>I have just left Apaches default web page on both sites, 
>>>but edited www.test.com to have a different title.  When 
>>>I 
>>>go to www.signalblast.com I get the standard Apache 
>>>default page.  If I goto www.test.com, I get the standard 
>>>Apache default page again.  I have tried refresh and 
>>>restarting my browser and going to www.test.com first, no 
>>>luck.  Here is my httpd.conf as it stands now:
>>>
>>>NameVirtualHost 172.20.3.4
>>>
>>><VirtualHost 172.20.3.4>
>>>   ServerName www.signalblast.com
>>>   ServerAdmin webmaster@signalblast.com
>>>   DocumentRoot "/var/www/html"
>>></VirtualHost>
>>>
>>><VirtualHost 172.20.3.4>
>>>   ServerName www.test.com
>>>   ServerAdmin webmaster@signalblast.com
>>>   DocumentRoot "/var/virtualdomains/test"
>>></VirtualHost>
>>>
>>>Any ideas?
>>>
>>>TIA
>>>
>>>Wes Hegge
>>>
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