Configuring HTTPD for CentOS 5.10

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by IsaacBaldeon, Sep 25, 2014.

  1. IsaacBaldeon

    IsaacBaldeon New Member


    I have 2 servers on my network, with different public IP addresses. In one of the servers I have my website and the other has SQUID files and our webmail (which is in the cloud, but one of our programmers made it work thanks to a lot of configurations done in the squirrelmail.conf or so), the thing is that everytime someone types in our URL, it shows the Apache CentOS page instead of our website.
    I cannot turn down the HTTPD service, because the webmail could be lost, so I need your help on this one.
    What should I do?
  2. srijan

    srijan New Member HowtoForge Supporter

    Check your mail log file and paste it here, for some clarifications
  3. IsaacBaldeon

    IsaacBaldeon New Member

    Actually, the mail services are ran by, so it's complicated to paste that here for you. Our website can be seen by typing in its public IP address, but I'm fearing that if we change some settings on the hosting site, some services published in our FireWall go down.

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