Using Apache 2.4 on Ubuntu, I have the following in ports.conf:
Listen XX.73.44.57:80 Listen [2001:XX:0:2c38::39]:80 <IfModule ssl_module> Listen XX.73.44.57:443 Listen [2001:XX:0:2c38::39]:443 </IfModule> <IfModule mod_gnutls.c> Listen XX.73.44.57:443 Listen [2001:XX:0:2c38::39]:443 </IfModule>
I’d like to have the following in my server configs:
but that doesn’t seem to work properly as the hosts don’t respond. I’ve also tried:
<VirtualHost *:80 [::]:80>
The following works:
<VirtualHost [2001:XX:0:2c38::39]:80 XX.73.44.57:80>
but I’d prefer a wildcard. Do I have to give the IP addresses explicitly?
If you want to use a wildcard address (listen on all IP addresses) in a
VirtualHost, you need your
Listen directive to be listening on all IP addresses.
Listen 80 Listen 443
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