I’ve got my server setup with Varnish in front of Apache, and it works! (Well, sort of…)
I’m finding that after I create a new Virtual Host, I have to go in and edit the configuration file that is generated in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled.
The file automatically inserts the line:
But this is not accessible to visitors unless they put the port number in their URL:
If I edit this file and use:
Then visitors can use http://www.my.doma.in.
So, what I’m wondering is:
Is there a way to Virtualmin to create the config file to include <VirtualHost *:8000>
Is there a way to configure things so that Virtualmin can generate , but a visitor doesn’t need to use the port number in the URL.