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LAMPD access over public IP

Posted on 2008-06-23
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The info below provides specifics on my situation. The question is really
on how to get a website running on Apache/PHP public on the Internet behind
a NAT and how to get it running on SSL


I have ActiveCollab 1.1.2 hosted on a JumpBox LAMPD 1.1.0 VMWare appliance,
it is running fine on my private network LAN behind a NAT, I have a public
IP port forwarding to the internal IP of the LAMP host, I don't know Apache
and LAMPD well at all, can anyone point me in the right direction on the following
1.) config for access from the public IP and b.) generate an SSL cert CSR for
verisign and then apply, any help appreciated

I have the ActiveCollab web app running under the JumpBox navigation bar, and it
is available off the root of the site, http://internalip rather than
http://internalip/public, I tried to enable the JumpBox SSL and it does not seem
to transfer to the ActiveCollab web app, I suppose my questions a and b above
still apply and that I need to config ActiveCollab itself, having a hard time
know where to config, is it Appache httpd.conf or is there likely a PHP conf file
or what, still looking but any help appreciated
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for now using the JumpBox "it just works" SSL cert

the fix was in my app ActiveCollab

/var/data/public/config/config.php

edit config.php with the fqdn of the public site

define('ROOT_URL', 'https://site.domain.com/public');
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