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chiezyychiezyy Member
edited June 30 in Help

Hey guys,

I just cannot seem to get my site running on a nat vps.
Currently using Apache with the following

Vhost:
<VirtualHost [2a01:4f9:2a:14db:1e4:1:1:3]:80> ServerName some.domain.com </VirtualHost>

I add AAAA on Cloudflare with 2a01:4f9:2a:14db:1e4:1:1:3.

Is there anything else I need to do? Somehow I am running into "Web server is down".
I remember you had to enable ipv6 support but afaik its on by default now. Any ideas? Thanks in advance :)

Comments

  • jeorliejeorlie Member

    Are you sure the ports are open? 80/443

  • chiezyychiezyy Member

    @jeorlie said:
    Are you sure the ports are open? 80/443

    There's no firewall. Apache only seems to be listening on port 80, though.

  • @jeorlie said:
    Are you sure the ports are open? 80/443

    Or did you forwarded your port 80/443 to available port

    EVERYTHING IS MUCH BETTER THAN IT WAS 1 YEAR AGO

  • jeorliejeorlie Member
    edited June 30

    What OS you are using?

    This is what usually check when I setup web server.

    1. Ports (80/443) open
    2. Document Root have proper write and read permission (I go with 0755)
    3. Make sure PHP is working if you are using.

    One of the above following list usually cause errors, oftenly forgotten.

    I use UFW to open ports. I'm kinda lazy so this is very easy.
    - ufw allow 80
    - ufw allow 443

    I use this site when checking ipv6 for my NAT VPS websites.

    https://ipv6-test.com/

    Thanked by 1chiezyy
  • chiezyychiezyy Member

    @jeorlie said:
    What OS you are using?

    This is what usually check when I setup web server.

    1. Ports (80/443) open
    2. Document Root have proper write and read permission (I go with 0755)
    3. Make sure PHP is working if you are using.

    One of the above following list usually cause errors, oftenly forgotten.

    I use UFW to open ports. I'm kinda lazy so this is very easy.
    - ufw allow 80
    - ufw allow 443

    I use this site when checking ipv6 for my NAT VPS websites.

    https://ipv6-test.com/

    Yikes. User had no read permission. Although the error message did not give that away at all. Thanks a bunch guys.

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