Msg#: 4668685 posted 8:13 pm on May 5, 2014 (gmt 0)
Hello, this is my first post here.
I will do my best to describe what is going on. I am in no way an Apache expert, I have inherited this system.
I just installed a new SSL certificate on my Apche server. I am running Apache 2.2.15 on Fedora 11 (OLD I know). The ond one was removed because it was expired and the server was having some issues. I now know the issues had nothing to do with the SSL. I have the certificate that was made by GoDaddy, so I know it is good. The server is connected straight to the internet with a static and has a local connection. I can access the website with https from an internal computer, but external systems can only access with http. I have looked through the https.conf and the ssl.conf numerous times and I am at a complete loss as to the problem.
Msg#: 4668685 posted 2:00 pm on May 6, 2014 (gmt 0)
When I try from outside I just get a browser time-out / "Page cannot be displayed". And I have checked the access logs and they indicate nothing, so I am assuming that means the request is not reaching the server.
-thomcraver: I have done this. I have the main SSL, the intermediate and the key all linked in the conf file. I do not receive an SSL error. When viewed internally the little lock is green and all is good. So I believe the certificate itself is ok.
Msg#: 4668685 posted 7:56 pm on May 8, 2014 (gmt 0)
Lucy- yes the config file is set to listen on 80 and 443. I have tried just having 443 and that doesn't seem to make any difference.
As far as the Virtual Hosts, I'm afraid I don't know Apache well enough to say a firm yes, however I don't *think* I changed anything on them, so I see no reason for that to be the problem since it did work in the past.
And correct, you only receive a "page cannot be displayed" error, nothing about security.
I apologize for my ignorance on this issue. That is why I am seeking help :)