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More WebAccess............

Posted on 2004-08-11
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
OK, I have GroupWise WebAccess up and running on my NW6-SP4 box and I can see it from the outside world.  Now, I need Apache to listen to port 443 and I can't get it to do so.

My Apache/conf/adminserv.conf file has the following:
# Start Apache Services Port Configuration
Port 80

<IfModule mod_tls.c>
    SecureListen "SSL CertificateDNS"
# End Apache Services Port Configuration

However, when Apache loads on the server it says:
Apache/1.3.29 (NETWARE) mod_jk/1.2.5 running...
   Listening on port(s): 80
   Loaded dynamic module mod_jk.c

I'm sure this is a simple fix, but I am new to using Novell for web services and am learning all I can.  Any help would be appreciated!
Question by:ShapiroSher
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ID: 11779365
Did you create the certificate?  Is PKIS running?
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Do you have Port 443 open to the server?

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To your second question, yes.  I learned the hard way with the whole port 80 issue.

No, I didn't create a certificate.  And, at the risk of sounding totally stupid, what is PKIS?  Should it be running?
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ID: 11814008
he may not have a CA installed in his tree the server can access - and when NW65 was installed, Apache couldn't initialize properly...
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ID: 11817015
That would be my guess, too.

ShapiroSher, look at

That's the section of the NetWare v6.0 manual on the Certificate Server. You need to have a CA serving your certificates for SSL to work.
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BTW, you may have noted that GroupWise does not have its own TA under the E-Mail heading. If you'd like to help change this, then a nice (free) message in the New Topics request area would be helpful.

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jwiersma earned 2000 total points
ID: 12112487
Just read the Novell TID:

"Changed CertificateDNS to CertificateIP in APACHE\CONF\Adminserv.conf and restarted APCHE and WebAccess agent"
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