SSL and custom webserver config

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by iNono94, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. iNono94

    iNono94 New Member

    ISPConfig Version: 3.1.10
    Operating System: Debian 9
    ISPConfig Report: Pastebin ID: 7j8hj4sp (I'm not allowed to send a link, sorry)

    I have added a new site and I want to use SSL certificates from Let's Encrypt for it. I checked "SSL" and "Let's Encrypt SSL" and saved the settings. But when the process is finished and I open the settings again, the boxes are unchecked again. And in the vhost file of my website in /etc/apache2/sites-available/ there are no SSL settings. What could be wrong here? Can I check somewhere if there were problems with the SSL registration?

    If that is working I want to use a proxy for apache to proxy to a service which is running on port 8095. Is it correct that I have to do it in the /etc/apache2/sites-available/ file? Because I think this file will be overwritten if I change something in the ISPConfig Settings for that site, will it? So what would be the correct way for that? In the site settings there is a setting "Web server config". Should I use that? But there is nothing to select in the list. How can I add something there?

    Thanks in advance!
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

  3. iNono94

    iNono94 New Member

    Thanks! I think the problem is then that I still wait for my provider to set the DNS entries.

    Then I just need help for the second part of my post.
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Apache directives field on the options tab of the website.
  5. iNono94

    iNono94 New Member

    Thank you! And can I differentiate between standard and ssl? Because now the part I add to the "Apache directives" field is added to both, VirtualHost *:80 and VirtualHost *:443. I want a specific part to VirtualHost *:80 and a specific part to VirtualHost *:443. How can I do that?

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