Server :: Apache Port Redirection?

Mar 25, 2011

I'm running a server with Ubuntu 10.04 installed. I recently set up a VirtualHost (I'll call it, like I have in the past without any problems. But this time, I'm stumped. When I connect to, it should hit port 80, right? It doesn't; rather, it hits port 8000. I don't have any rewrites/redirections (I checked wherever possible) and checked apache2.conf (httpd.conf is empty).

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Server :: Apache Redirection Based On IP?

Feb 25, 2011

I'm in a bit dilemma on how to set IP based forwarding to specific URL. I have internal staff from going to I would like to forward them to when they are offsite and working remotely from different IP address range. Is there way to achieve this with Apache? If not, is there a software solution to achieve this effect?

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Server :: Apache Vhost With Reverse Proxy And Redirection

Jan 6, 2010

Here my setup of Apache :
I have two virtual hosts on separate IP and on both I am using port :80 one is main website and another And to get full link path I am using index.html with redirection derectives. My question how I can setup each Vhost to he is own redirection directive to set two full link like:
when type webmail.domainname -----> redirect to webmail.domainname/horde/imp/file.php
and www.domainname ------> redirect to www.domainname/csr/
Right now working only one of this Vhosts, just problem to separate them when I type www.domainname -----> apache redirect to webmail.domainname.

<meta http-equiv="REFRESH" content="1;url=http://www.domainname/csr/"></HEAD>
</HTML> .....

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Software :: Apache Redirection To JBoss Application Server

Sep 29, 2010

We are using a webserver and application server for our portal. When my JBoss application is down on the application server, a maintenance page is shown to the user when the user tries to access the portal. When the JBoss application on the application server is up, the webserver redirects the request to the JBoss application server. Now, while the JBoss application is up and I replace the contents of index.html page in apache with the maintenance page contents.

Still the webserver redirects the request to the JBoss application server and the contents of index.html are not shown to the user. I am not able to find out any configurations for this automatic redirection in webserver. By automatic, I mean if the JBoss application is up, then redirect the request to the application server, else show maintenance page. What I want to do is show maintenance page even when my JBoss application is up.

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Server :: Apache 2.2 Configuration - Arbitrary Domains Redirection Allowed

Oct 20, 2010

I try to fix bugs on my web server. The remote web server allows redirects to arbitrary domains. Description : The remote web server is configured to redirect users using a HTTP 302, 303 or 307 response. However, the server can redirect to a domain that includes components included in the original request. A remote attacker could exploit this by crafting a URL which appears to resolve to the remote server, but redirects to a malicious location.

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OpenSUSE Network :: Port Redirection - Multiple IP Addresses - Or Run On Port 80

Apr 7, 2011

In SuSE firewall0. I do have a openSuse 11.4 and multiple IP addresses on eth0 interface

I run (trying to/have to) multiple TOMCAT servers.

I am trying to have each tomcat instance listen to on separate IP address for example:

What i am trying to do is to redirect

a) tomcat 1 -

a) tomcat 2 -

And so on.

I know that it has to be possible.

I do have just eth0/

Is is it possible. Do I have to create "vittual interfaces"? eth0:1, .......... and do redirection ?

"Server" has got just single interface - just 1 ethernet calbe goes to that server. I am planning to have 10-15 tomcat's on that server (I have to unfortunatley) and each has to run on port 80

Is it possible to "grant" permissions to normal users to run app on port 80 - that would solve me lots of problems if impossible to redirect.

I tried to setcap 'cap_net_bind_service=+ep' /path/to/tomcat ...... but no luck

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Netcat / Port Redirection - When A Connection Is Received On A Port Say 123?

Apr 6, 2010

i am running ncat (netcat's new version from nmap) on centos . I am listening on different ports. My question is , is it possible that when a connection is received on a port say 123, i redirect this connection to a different port and use the 123 port again for listening connections. ncat has an option -k which u can add with -l , it will force fully listen on the port. It can accept multiple connections on a single port but i want that once a client connects on to 123 port, he is forwarded to some other port and no longer on 123.

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General :: When To Do Port Redirection

Feb 10, 2010

Under what condition port redirection could go useful?

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Networking :: Allow A Port Redirection For Rdp Clients?

Jan 27, 2010

Ok, here goes, I have a rdp server sitting at a remote store which is behind a router I do not control.

I might be able to get the phone company to add routing to it but at the moment I'd like to do this with ssh and reverse port routing, because I might need this for other ports later and I never know if the phone company wont break other routings already in place or just screw up the entire thing .

I am able to have a linux box at the site ssh into a server located where I'm at and reverse port forward port 3389 to that server. I can also then ssh into that server from my linux box and port forward 3389 to my box, under another port since my 3389 is already in use. Finally I can use rdesktop to rdp on the my local box which bounces it through the server and back to the linux box which forwards it to the rdp server (A Windows 2008 server to be exact). This is all well and good and works reasonably fast, but, I need to be able to have users on windows boxes at my site do this without all of the rigmarole. I need to, I guess, redirect a normal open port, or create one, on the server where I am so that it connects internally to the reverse forwarded port or open the internal port to the outside. So I guess I need to make it a 'gateway' for that one port, this way all I have to do is point the rdp clients at the main server and port to have it eventually connect to the rdp server in the remote store.

how to go about doing it. I guess I need an iptables entry forwarding the port but I'm not sure what is should be.

The other option is opening up the port 3389 to the outside but I'm not sure how to do that either. Right now I have no iptables entries at all but even if I turn off iptables completely port 3389 is not available if I try to use it from another pc on the network but I can rdp from the server itself using the 3389 port so I know it's working internally.

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Networking :: Use Port Redirection Using Iptables?

Jun 17, 2010

There is this server where in I want to use port redirection using iptables. For port redirection I have used nat table with PREROUTING chain and REDIRECT option. Like:

iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport pop3 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8110
It just does not work. I have tried to redirect other ports as well but nothing works.


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Networking :: Port Redirection In Same Machine

Mar 29, 2009

I am using squid proxy server in my Linux machine for caching. Now i want run my squid in transparent mode not set proxy settings in browsers.Like squid is running port 3128. If we redirect the port 80 packets to port 3128, looping is occurred.How to avoid looping?

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Networking :: Port Redirection To Internal Network NAS Box

Jan 17, 2011

I'm have a base level understand of linux at this point. I have Debian box that I am trying to do some port redirection with.

I have my external NIC as eth0 with an IP of x.x.250.5.
I have my internal NIC as eth1 with an IP of

On the internal network I have a NAS box with a web interface at What I need is to set it up so that a request to x.x.250.5:8080 will some how forward/redirect to the internal network NAS box at

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Ubuntu Servers :: Apache ProxyPass For IP Redirection?

Apr 26, 2011

So I am brand new to the Ubuntu Server realm and Linux in general (15 years MS development utilizing MS Servers), and so far have been able to tackle some of the most pain in the butt installs and configs ever (VMWare Server being the worst and least stable, but running good now). I have done the site search thing to find out if there were similar issues surrounding Apache and if the answers were found within those posts.

The issue that I am having is in utilizing Apache as a proxy server for redirecting web traffic on one external IP to multiple internal IP addresses. I have multiple virtual servers and I need apache to act as a pass through / redirection proxy for web traffic. So far, it worked for a bit, then it becomes flaky and starts failing randomly while clicking through some of my sites. The worst offender being my SharePoint site.I rebooted the linux server, and when I try to access one of my pass-through sites, all I received was an error message about server difficulties and possibly too much traffic. After some time had passed, and few refreshes later, I finally received the authentication prompt from my windows web server, but this whole configuration is still unreliable. I sometimes get the password prompt several times where it does not allow me to login with my proper credentails, etc, and other times it just fails to display the page full stop.This is an externally facing SharePoint site.

So there's the Windows side. I also have a WordPress site that has similar issues. With WordPress it's even more odd as I have set the WP site settings to not include the directory /wordpress/ and setup my Proxy to point to the landing. Yet on some actions (i.e. browsing themes) it decides to throw in the wordpress directory causing it to 404, and in other sections it doesn't. This actually sounds more likely a WordPress bug than a Apache bug. file: Default (from available sites):

<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost


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Software :: Smokeping Network Monitoring System - URL Redirection In Apache

Feb 21, 2011

I setup apache server in order to gain access for the smokeping network monitoring system.
I am accessing the system using [URL]
But I want this page access using [URL]

My httpd.conf file looks like :
Alias /smokeping/ "/usr/local/smokeping/htdocs/"
<Directory /usr/local/smokeping/htdocs/>
AllowOverride AuthConfig
DirectoryIndex smokeping.cgi
Options -Indexes ExecCGI

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Server :: Apache On :443 Only Or Find Another Free Port?

Jul 13, 2011

I want to run these services on these ports:- ssh:8080- shellinabox:80- squirrelmail via apache2 and SSL:443These appear to be the only ports I can generally connect to through various firewalls I encounter. If I try to get apache2 to not run on 80 shellinxabox appears to bind to it ok, but when I visit my site at port 80 via firefox I get apache instead. 1) How do I stop this and get shellinabox and apache2 working at the same time?2) How do I find another free port that isn't firewalled? All I have been trying is starting shellinabox on various ports and trying to connect and this is a very slow process

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Server :: Apache User Cannot Bind Port

Nov 7, 2010

I want to run a soft that is daemonized, and listens on port 6789. This soft is launched through a php page, so, by the apache user. The probl�me is that the apache user does not has rights to open / listen on a port. I tried to add apache user to the root group, but it won't help. In the application log, I have this every second :


I tried to add apache user in the sudoers with a nopasswd but it's still a no go.

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Server :: Apache Is Not Listening On Port 8080?

Dec 2, 2010

My Apache is not listening on port 8080. Hence i cant access my server manager [URL]

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May 16, 2011

I just tried changed the port that apache runs on from 80 to 8080 (I need port 80 for a difference service so I am changing the apache port). After doing this I load in a browser and get a 404 error generated by apache, if I change it back to 80 it works fine.

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Server :: Share NFS Drive Content To Web Port 80 Using Apache?

Nov 2, 2010

My goal is to provide file access through HTTP to all of my NFS shared drive that i dedicated for public access.

Is it possible to create a website using HTTP which list all of the contains of my NFS shared drive to the public ?

it is failed even just to showmount, in Windows i usually access it using \ on the windows explorer.

root@sv6:/etc/apache2# apt-get install nfs-common
root@sv6:/etc/apache2# showmount
clnt_create: RPC: Program not registered
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clnt_create: RPC: Port mapper failure - RPC: Unable to receive

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Jun 4, 2011

I have a website, serving pages on port 80. I want the url to be rewritten to port 3000, where my redmine server is running, without actually changing the URL. So the user typing in would serve up, without the user actually connecting through the port. I know this can work through CPanel, but I don't know exactly how it was implemented. I'm looked at how mod_proxy, mod_proxy_html, and mod_rewrite,

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Fedora Networking :: Port Forwarding For Apache Server At Home Network

Feb 7, 2010

I am setting up Apache (Fedora 12) inside my home network. From inside my home network I access it without any problem. I need to set it up to access it from internet. I have the following questions. Here is temporary setup for testing purpose.
Internet-->ADSL modem (SEIMENS Speed Stream 4200)---> Apache (Fedora 12)

1. Do I have to do any kind of ports forwarding on ADSL modem. (There is no option to do port forwarding on Modem) May be I need different Model of Modem??
2. I tired to Ping my real IP for modem form another computer from internet. I am even unable to PING the ADSL 's real IP. Why it is that?

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Apr 11, 2011

On Godaddy's Simple Control Panel for their dedicated servers, the URL defaults to URL... I would like to change the location to URL....

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May 23, 2010

How do you configure the firewall to allow external web access (it's a LAMP server) and internal access for samba shares ?

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Feb 3, 2011

I have a web site on port 80. My apache works on port 8080. i configured cache_module in apache. so that the clients will enter the web site threw the apache and apache will gather all the cache of the web site in order to speed up the service. when i point apache to take content from port 80 - it works just fine. when i change it from port 80 to any other port, it gives an error: "failed to open stream: Permission denied in /var/www/web/cache/index.php on line 44" it works fine with port 80. so how come not other port? i will be glad to hear any suggestion.

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Server :: URL Rewriting Without Redirection?

Apr 28, 2011

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May 2, 2010

I have a mail server i need it to send message via port 587 not port 25, i make some changes to my postfix server which i use and it is already successed making a telnet to 587 port like it :


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Nov 6, 2010

I have a problem about redirection over Apache2 over Debian Lenny. We have build a LAMP, and our programmer make a software with these features:

When you put on your browser (i.e.) [URL], you access to the program in /var/www/vhosts/hugohome/inside. And when you put [URL] you access to the program in /var/www/vhosts/hugohome/outside. Today, if you just put [URL] our Apache answers 403 (forbidden), because we had blocked folder access. (You know....isn't the right way). Our Apache's Document Root is in /var/www/vhosts/hugohome.

Our goal is to change definitely [URL] to access -> /var/www/vhosts/hugohome/inside. This is our main intention. Also, we can continue with [URL] pointing to /var/www/vhosts/hugohome/outside. I thought, hmm easy!: I can change the DocumentRoot to /var/www/vhosts/hugohome/inside and try with an Alias to outside. But the problem is that the programmer has taken the software reference with /var/www/vhosts/hugohome and when I tried to change the Document Root the programs didn't work fine (loops, error 404, etc).

How can I do?. I have tried with Apache with many manners, but I just have a relative success with: "RedirectMatch ^/$ [URL]". It works, but the Browser shows the ugly [URL]. Our intention is just show [URL]. Unfortunately we can't work directly with the DNS servers, and I guess that I can resolve with (i.e.) Apache and Bind together.

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Feb 23, 2011

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Nov 18, 2010

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Apr 28, 2010

I have a webserver apache2 on debian Lenny. I am using gateway as Dom0 and rest of the operating systems are different Dom's .Using a xen virtualization setup.

I want to have a few websites
I did set up a reverse proxy environment for doing this.

Dom0 LAN IP ----> Gateway (where reverse proxy is set)
DomU1 LAN IP ----> (here and both are hosted.)
Domu2 LAN IP ----> is here.

Configuration on Dom0 of sites and
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ProxyRequests off
<Proxy *>
Order deny,allow
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