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From Ezra <e...@acedsl.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Name Virtual Host confusion in Apache 2.0
Date Sun, 08 Jun 2003 18:07:24 GMT
Hello Mike:

             Check your error_log.

ComCity wrote:
> I don't get any errors
> just
> 
> Failed to start apache :
> Starting httpd: [FAILED]
> 
> and if I do a httpd -t...it says syntax OK.
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ezra" <ezra@acedsl.com>
> To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
> Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2003 4:58 AM
> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Name Virtual Host confusion in Apache 2.0
> 
> 
> 
>>hello mike:
>>what errors are you receiving
>>
>>ComCity wrote:
>>
>>>I'm very confused about the Virtual Host and Name virtual host
>>
> configuration
> 
>>>in Apache 2.0....stuff that use to work seems like it doesn't and I
>>
> gotta
> 
>>>think thats because I don't know what I'm doing.  ;)
>>>
>>>I need to run Named-based virtual hosts as was as IP based virtual hosts
>>>that need to simultaneously listen on port 80 and port 443 for the same
>>
> IP
> 
>>>address to handle ssl.  No matter what I do in the conf files, I get an
>>>error.  It seems to me I should be able to do this:
>>>
>>>
>>>Listen 80
>>>Listen 443
>>>NameVirtualHost 219.11.62.74
>>>
>>>#Name-based Virtual Hosts first
>>>
>>><VirtualHost 219.11.62.74>
>>>DocumentRoot /home/webs/default
>>>ServerName www.server1.com
>>></VirtualHost>
>>>
>>><VirtualHost 219.11.62.74>
>>>DocumentRoot //server2
>>>ServerName www.server2.com
>>></VirtualHost>
>>>
>>>#Ip-based virtual Hosts next
>>>
>>><VirtualHost 219.11.62.102:80>
>>>DocumentRoot /home/webs/SSLSite1
>>>ServerName www.SSLSite1.com:80
>>></VirtualHost>
>>>
>>># Then put this stuff in my SSL conf file.
>>>
>>><VirtualHost 219.11.62.102:443>
>>>DocumentRoot /home1/webs/SSLSite1
>>>ServerName www.SSLSite1.com:443
>>>SSLEngine ON
>>>SSLCertificateFile /usr/local/certs/anything.com.crt
>>>SSLCertificateKeyFile /usr/local/certs/anything.com.key
>>></VirtualHost>
>>>
>>>I understand that the limitations of SSL requiring a unique IP and that
>>
> it
> 
>>>can not be a named-based host...but you should be able to run the
>>>certificate on the same IP if the port is unique.  How is this done now?
>>>How do you config a single IP for SSL on port 443 and reuse that IP for
>>
> the
> 
>>>website on port 80?  I'm at a loss.
>>>
>>>Thank You very much.
>>>Michael
>>>
>>>
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