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Old 08-30-2006, 07:24 PM   #1
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one domain on 443 and other on 80 but https on 80 domain need to be stopped

I am having some problem with virtual hosting using APACHE
wwwDOTabcDOTcom that i want to open on 80 http
wwwDOTxyzDOTcom that i want to open on 443 https
The url httpCOLON//wwwDOTabcDOTcom and
httpCOLON//wwwDOTxyzDOTcom are OK
Also I redirected the httpCOLON//wwwDOTxyzDOTcom to httpsCOLON//wwwDOTxyzDOTcom but the problem is httpsCOLON//wwwDOTabcDOTcom open the wwwDOTxyzDOTcom
All i want is to open only 1 domain on https and for all other http domains i do not want to open the https domain when the user enter https for the http domain

httpsCOLON//wwwDOTxyzDOTcom [/CODE] SOME HTTPS PAGE (I already done that)
httpsCOLON//wwwDOTxyzDOTcom(I already done that)
httpsCOLON//wwwDOTabcDOTcom NO PAGE AT ALL / SERVER NOT FOUND / The page cannot be displayed (How can I do that?)
httpCOLON//wwwDOTabcDOTcom SOME HTTP PAGE (I already done that)

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