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From Anam Ali Khan <anamalik...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Different pages served depending on IP address or domain addressing
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2012 18:22:33 GMT
Create a separate vhost definition with same directive values as you configure in main server
section.

Define vhost definition in httpd.conf file.

-Anam



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 From: Prasanna Mulgaonkar <prasanna.mulgaonkar@gmail.com>
To: users@httpd.apache.org 
Sent: Sunday, 18 March 2012, 2:45
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Different pages served depending on IP address or domain addressing
 

The ServerAlias directive is only applicable in the virtual host section. Do I need to add
a vhost definition?

--p

On 03/17/2012 10:21 AM, Anam Ali Khan wrote: 
Try this!
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>UseCanonicalName Off
>ServerAlias www.mydomain.com
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>Remove :80 in ServerName directive
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>Make sure DNS records are properly configure.
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>-Anam
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>________________________________
> From: Prasanna Mulgaonkar <prasanna.mulgaonkar@gmail.com>
>To: users@httpd.apache.org 
>Sent: Saturday, 17 March 2012, 5:17
>Subject: [users@httpd] Different pages served depending on IP address or domain addressing
> 
>Have a strange setup behavior that I have not been able to
            find an answer to.
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>I have a server running Apache set up at IP address 50.X.Y.Z
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>I have www.mydomain.com redirected from our domain hoster to that ip address.
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>At the top level of that apache stack (/var/www/html), i
            have an index.html file that serves up correctly whether I
            enter http://www.mydomain.com or http://50.X.Y.Z into the browser address.
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>I have an application in a subdirectory below the html file
            in /var/www/html/app. If I say http://50.X.Y.Z/app/, the app serves up correctly.
We have been doing that for may months now.
>
>However, if I try http://www.mydomain.com/app/, I do not get the app–I get the same
index.html file that is served as if the /app/ was not appended to the end of the mydomain.com.
There are no errors or notices in the apache error file.
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>The httpd.conf file declares
>ServerName www.mydomain.com:80
>UseCanonicalName On
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>There are no vhosts set up.
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>What else should I look at to explain this odd behavior.
>
>Thanks.
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