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I would like to know if i can use this howto: http://www.howtoforge.com/putting-va...-ubuntu-debian on a Debian server with ISPConfig3.

I have doubt, because in every Vhost the line <VirtualHost *:80> must be changed into <VirtualHost *:8000> and this Vhost files are managed by ISPConfig3.

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As you said, the problem is that you'd have to change the port manually in the vhost configurations...
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So probably it can be done automaticly by using Apache's Reverse Proxy Feature. Did anyone did that already for Varnish?
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I haven't tried that yet. In fact, we're working with Squid here.
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Edit /usr/local/ispconfig/server/conf/vhost.conf.master

change this line:
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<VirtualHost <tmpl_var name='ip_address'>:80>
to this:
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<VirtualHost <tmpl_var name='ip_address'>:8000>

All newly created sites within ISPConfig3 will be created with a vhost on port 8080! Works for me.
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but one think to remembered the file /usr/local/ispconfig/server/conf/vhost.conf.master will be replaced if you upgrade the ispconfig.

Now I am looking to do this on centos ???
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Something tells me that everything worked out fine and you managed to get it working?
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I haven't tried that yet. In fact, we're working with Squid here.
Falko, how can i user squid with ispconfig 3?

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