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From (Freddy Jensen)
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Question about Server Side Includes
Date Wed, 29 Jul 2009 13:28:47 GMT
   >From: Boyle Owen <>
   >Date: Wed Jul 29 2009  6:16am
   >To:   "" <>
   >Subj: RE: [users@httpd] Question about Server Side Includes
   >> -----Original Message-----
   >> From: Freddy Jensen [] 
   >> Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2009 3:06 PM
   >> To:
   >> Cc:
   >> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Question about Server Side Includes
   >> I really appreciate all the quick and accurate answers.
   >> Great mailing list. I will venture further and pose
   >> another question:
   >Then please change the subject - it helps archival threading.

Yes. Thank you for reminding me.

   >> I have a web server configured for https with SSL certificates etc.
   >> Now I want it to block all http access and only allow https.
   >> Someone told me that I needed to block port 80 on the web server.
   >> The question is: How do I do that?
   >You don't really "block" it, you just don't serve it. So you just remove
   >your VH that serves port 80, leaving only the VH that serves port 443.
   >However, this will mean users coming to http://your-site/ will get a
   >"server not listening" error at the network layer. So probably, you want
   >to redirect them to https://your-site/ 
   >If so, see
   >Owen Boyle
   >Disclaimer: Any disclaimer attached to this message may be ignored. 

Again. Thanks.


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