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Subject [users@httpd] name-based vhosts with 2 IP's
Date Mon, 09 Sep 2013 03:38:34 GMT
Hello,
I'm having a problem matching virtual hosts.

I am using this reference:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/vhosts/examples.html

(Specifically the part: "Name-based hosts on more than one IP address.")

An example (snippet) of my config (ubuntu 12.04) is:
-------------------------------------------------
# main landing for maindomain.com (IP: 000.000.000.27)
ServerName maindomain.com
DocumentRoot /var/www/maindomain.com/edc
DirectoryIndex Welcome.tpl


# The rest of the sites
NameVirtualHost 000.000.000.28:80

# firstvhost.com
<VirtualHost 000.000.000.28:80>
         DocumentRoot /var/www/maindomain.com/restsites
         ServerName firstvhost.com
         ServerAlias www.firstvhost.com
         DirectoryIndex Welcome.tpl

         <Directory /var/www/maindomain.com/restsites/>
         ...

---- etc.. SNIP -----

# secondvhost.com
<VirtualHost 000.000.000.28:80>
         DocumentRoot /var/www/maindomain.com/restsites
         ServerName secondvhost.com
         ServerAlias www.secondvhost.com
         DirectoryIndex Welcome.tpl

         <Directory /var/www/maindomain.com/restsites/>
         ...

--------------------------------------------------

The result I am seeing is that no matter what domain I put in that is 
routed to my server, the landing is always:

/var/www/maindomain.com/edc/Welcome.tpl

When, for example, I am expecting
/var/www/maindomain.com/restsites/Welcome.tpl

to be root if I type "www.firstvhost.com" or "www.secondvhost.com" in 
the browser. Can someone point me where I'm going wrong?

Note, both www.firstvhost.com www.secondvhost.com traceroute to the .28 
IP address.

Thanks!

Donovan




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