Ubuntu Servers :: How To Setup Virtual Host On Internet
Aug 19, 2010
I have servera.domain.internal which has port 80 forwarded to the web as example.com. I have serverb.domain.internal which I want to forward on port 80 as subdomain.example.com. How to Show Apache server behind an apache server? How do I setup the virtual host on the internet exposed server? This is ubuntu 8.04
I have 4 domains registered through godaddy. I have a dell poweredge box with one static IP hosted somewhere. I want the 4 domain to resolve to four different sites. I have already created 4 different sites in apache with four different aliases and has enabled it.
eg alias /a /var/www/a alias /b /var/www/b alias /c /var/www/c
I tried with godaddys forward with masking option. It works but I can't hide xx.xx.xx.xx/a in the links. Whats the best approach? One limitation is I cannot use the webhosts name servers. How do I set this up with name based virtual hosting? Do I setup a DNS server in the box?
I do have a dns host name for my box which is publicy accessible. Some my.ca.examplehost.net
But when I try to check for syntax errors tells me SSLRequire not allowed here I do not want to add SSLRequire on the main httpd.conf because I only want it for one virtual host. The rest of the virtual hosts do not need it.
1) My Internet connection is COMCAST with a router box and one public IP address.2) My web server is Apache using 10.1.10.200 as its address.3) Now I want to add another host name (www.myhealth.com) on my server. I did DNS forwardin (with Godaddy) to my COMCAST static IP address.4) I also added (in my httpd.conf) a block for virtual hosting
I upgraded karmic to lynx today and I'm stuck with some weird behaviour with one of my virtual hosts. The virtual hosts under /var/www/site work but my virtual host for DAVICAL which points to /usr/share/davical/htdocs/ doesn't.
Navigation to any html pages works but php files just show up blank!
Has there been a configuration change in lynx for virtual hosts outside of /var/www?
I've just installed LAMP. http://localhost/ page works fine. I need to create some virtual hosts. Localhost page is situated in /var/www/. It's normal for me, and I wanted to created virtualhost (in /var/www/vhost1) But it doesn't open in browser. Where is my mistake?
/etc/apache2/ports.conf Code: NameVirtualHost *:80 Listen 80 <IfModule mod_ssl.c> # If you add NameVirtualHost *:443 here, you will also have to change # the VirtualHost statement in /etc/apache2/sites-available/default-ssl
I needed to create a virtual host for a php project I'm working on. Rather than using command line and text editors, I installed webmin to accomplish this and hopefully perform other server configuration in the future. When I created the virtual host and tried applying the changes Apache wouldn't re-start, and still doesn't restart after complete re-boot. It's getting hung up at the end of apache2.conf, which is trying to include /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.
When I look at 000-default from a File Browser, it's a linked file to etc/apache2/sites-available/default I can open both the linked file and actual file in a text editor, and it looks fine. When I view the directory, /etc/apache2/sites-available from shell, the default file isn't visible. It seems this "invisibility" is probably related to the error, which is preventing start-up. Can anyone explain why the file would be visible from the Ubuntu File Browser GUI but not from the terminal, and how I can fix so apache can recognize this on start-up?
Im looking to use the Apache2 GeoIP mod to block countries from accessing a website. I've searched, but cannot seem to find any information on how to insert the code into the virtual host file. Does anyone know how to get this working or can point me in the right direction?
My goal is a testing server with an apache virtual host for each site that I'm working on, with fairly painless setup for each new job.For example, I want http://site-a.mydomain to server this document root /home/client-a/site-a/public_html (or something to that effect)Ideally, DNS will use a wildcard to point http://anything-i-type.mydomain to the testing server, and apache will have a dynamic virtual host definition that will do a little magic so that I won't have to mess with DNS records or add a new virtual host each time I add a new site for a client. I'll worry about that when I get there, just put that out there in case anyone has any tips! for now I just have one little problem that's hurting my mood-
It looks like I've got my DNS server working just fine, so yay there- BUT my first attempt at adding a virtual host isn't working quite how I expected- meaning that site-a.mydomain now serves up the correct document root, but when you put http://site-a.mydomain into the browser's address bar, the address bar is then updated to http://10.0.1.100/site-a/public_html - bogus!! I must be missing an option like "FunnyBusiness Off" -
root@ubuntuvm:/etc/apache2/sites-available# vim client-a.mydomain <VirtualHost *:80> UseCanonicalName Off ServerName site-a.mydomain DocumentRoot /home/client-a/site-a/public_html </VirtualHost>2
We got a new server with 2 network interface cards with 4 MAC addresses in total. We would like to run two virtual machines (vserver1 and vserver2); one should connect via eth1, the other via eth2, and the host (mainserver) via eth0. The content of /etc/network/interfaces is as follows:
A connection from mainserver to vserver1 or vserver2 is not possible; a ssh connection from mainserver to vserverx ends with a login to mainserver.
I couldn't find a clear answer to this, but is the linux-image-virtual package for host machines that will contain VMs, or a VM-oriented kernel for guest OS (ubuntu)? I have some guest VMs running on Microsoft's Hyper-V, and was looking for some further optimizations.
I've set up a server running Ubuntu 10.10 (desktop) with apache. Problem is: When I try to configure multiple virtual hosts I can only access the first one. I'm sure that I'm missing something basic in my setup, but I cannot seem to figure out what.
What I want is simply two virtual hosts, one only available on the LAN where I can test my php files and one "live" available from the outside.
Heres what I've done:
Installed Apache2.2 Copy /etc/apache2/sites-available/default -> /etc/apache2/sites-available/dev Modified "dev" config DocumentRoot and Document to point to /var/www/dev Modified "dev" config VirtualHost to <VirtualHost *:1337> (port change right?) Modified "default" config DocumentRoot and Document to point to /var/www/live
Live works fine, but dev cannot connect (as if there is no server there).
I have a WindowsXP virtual machine which I need to isolate from the host machine completely (have the host act as a bridge but not be visible on the IP layer at all.) It still needs to have Internet access. Obviously it has to be able to contact the router but I would like to be able to block port 80 (or even just block all SYN packets addressed to the router.) I also want to allow port forwarding from the router to the virtual machine. I can use basic iptables but this is way beyond me.
The host OS is probably going to be Debian Lenny but this is not built yet so if someone can recommend a different distro which is as lightweight as possible but will support VMWare, iptables and tcpdump then that would be great. I was thinking of Slackware but I have not used it in ages and from what I can remember their is no real package management.
I installed apache server on my Fedora 12. Its showing the test page 127.0.0.1, but when I give the address 22.214.171.124 (0r www.chaalu-kam.com), it tells that the requested url could not be retrieved.
I have made the following additions to the /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file
I'm not sure is this is possible or not, but what I would like to do is take my public address mydomain.com and configure a virtual host something.mydomain.com only instead of having the content on the same server I would like it to point to the IP of my virtual machine that is in my private network and display that page publicly. Does anyone know if this is possible, or how to do it? I have done this with port forwards, but would like them both to be on the same port.
If I go to a virtual host it asks me if I want to save "index.php" (Typing in the host name followed by index.php also works). But if I go the main site it does not. This happened after an upgrade to Ubuntu 10.04
Here are some additional details - apachectl -M shows rewrite_module (shared) the host config file has AllowOverride All the dir and php5 modules are loading fine.
I created a new virtual host in Apache using Webmin and am having trouble getting it to work. When I created it, I opted to create the config file as a "New file under virtual servers directory /etc/apache2/sites-available". So now I have a default config file /etc/apache2/sites-available/default and a new one created by Webmin at /etc/apache2/sites-available/webmin.1412323.conf. It seems like the settings in that new Webmin config file aren't being picked up by Apache -- when I try and browse to mywebsite.com it shows my root /var/www folder, not the subdirectory /var/www/mywebsite.
Is there a way I can tell Apache to include the new Webmin config file for the virtual host or should I just copy the directives into the default file at /etc/apache2/sites-available/default? It seems like Webmin should automatically configure Apache to work with any newly generated config files.
In first place i am sorry about my horrible English. I want to make a web site with a virtual host of apache visible by all the computers connected to my networking. I put this in the end of the file "/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf"("192.168.1.194" is the IP address of my computer. The default gateway IP address is "192.168.1.1"):
It works if i go to "http://192.168.1.194/" with the browser of the computer with apache inside, but on the others PC of my networking this method don't work!
I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 server as a guest on a Windows 7 host using VirtualBox. I've set the VirtualBox configuration to use a Bridged network connection so that I can access the internet through the Ubuntu guest and to access the Ubuntu apache server through my Windows host.This is all running on my laptop which connects to various routers using dhcp (some ip addresses start with 198. while others start with 10.) What I need is a single static ip address (or hostname/url) to setup my cms (drupal).how I can accomplish this given the varying routers the laptop connects to?
I have setup a home based web server to host a photo blog for myself and my friends. I will be running wordpress and possibly a phpbb3 forum. I'd like to open this to discuss server administration, server setup, and server maintenance. However, I have a pretty good start on all of those but serving a domain name to my static ip. Here my static ip is 126.96.36.199. I registered a domain through [URL]... It appears that I have the domain working to forward to my ip. However, I am still getting this output file from apache.
I have tested the domain name across a few different computers on different ips. It works appropriately. I just want to make sure I have it set correctly on the (apache) server side of things. Then I can get more into Zone Editing etc.
I now have 2 desktops running debian. I have virtual servers running in desktop 1, and I am hosting my photos using Gallery2. I have copied Gallery2 and the mysql over to desktop 2. I have entered port forward to desktop 1 using port 80 (using my router), and desktop 2 using port 1000. I can only access Gallery2 in desktop1. If I tried to access Gallery2 in desktop 2, I got re-directed to desktop1.
1. Are home routers capable of port forward to more than one computers in a home network behind the firewall of the router? It is Belkin N+ router.
2. Can multiple virtual servers be setup in 2 desktops?
I run KVM on 9.10 host and guest 9.10. Both are x64. When I halt the guest os: My host OS looses its connection with internet for 10-15 seconds and then it comes back on. Probably something goes wrong with default gateway, as it looses only external network (I still can reach it on my internal network). I've googled a lot, but cant find anything about that. I use bridged network.
Bit of an odd one, this. I've migrated a website from my old server to a new machine. Both servers run Ubuntu + Apache2. Both only serve a single site, apart from the default site.I've flipped the domain name to the new IP address.The trouble is that after moving the virtual host config over into sites-available, with the necessary link in sites-enabled, Apache attempts to serve from the default web root (/var/www) rather than the actual site content (in /var/www/technology). So for example, an attempt to browse.
I am in verse to test "Multicast Packet filtering".I want to setup Virtual Machines to be servers with bind option set to a multicast group address of 188.8.131.52.Then I want to configure the client VM, connecting to the multicast group address and setting the TTL as needed.
apache virtual host to limit the concurrent connections of virtual hosts? Taking into account the host of each virtual user's home directory can also have more than one subdirectory, which should be restricted to a subdirectory. Is beyond the control of the operation of these sites in a subdirectory. Best local restrictions or limitations to the overall situation.