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PORT 443 - HTTPS
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[Solved] PORT 443 - HTTPS
I've looked around and every answer i've found relates to SSL certs.
I can do that part what i cant work out is why the HTTPS 443 port is not open
Its open on my router (tested)
How do I open it ?
and why is it not already open by default on Sentora ?
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[Solved] RE: PORT 443 - HTTPS
The reason I need port 443 open is because i not use Lets Encrypt....I'm using CloundFlare everything works ok without https
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#3
[Solved] RE: PORT 443 - HTTPS
You may not have completely followed the setup: http://docs.sentora.org/?node=64
The section about Override a Virtual Host Setting.

This will automatically add LISTEN 443 to the httpd-vhosts.conf
If nothing happens after the daemon has run, try restarting apache manually.
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[Solved] RE: PORT 443 - HTTPS
DONE THIS >
Override a Virtual Host Setting
go to Sentora -> Admin -> Module Admin => Apache Admin
Scroll to bottom to Override a Virtual Host Setting => Select your Domain / Sub-Domain
- In Port Override box enter : 443
- ensure that the checkbox labelled Forward Port 80 to Overriden Port: is checked
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

BUT PORT 443 still not showing as open in Service Status >

SO GETTING ERROR >

surely port 443 needs to be open ??? I've forwarded it on my router
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[Solved] RE: PORT 443 - HTTPS
Does anyone know why is this http://docs.sentora.org/?node=40 says open port 443
but service status does not show HTTPS port 443 open ?
I'm new to this and hit a wall Sad

Error 502 Bad gateway

Changed overide in admin panel to 443 and ticked the box as directing in guide
now get this ERROR
Error 525 SSL handshake failed
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#6
[Solved] RE: PORT 443 - HTTPS
Port 443 is not coded into the core so it will not show as service status. (Maybe add as a feature request on our GitHub.)


Also, did you wait for the daemon to run and update your httpd-vhosts.conf before restarting apache? You may need to review your custom entries for typos or incorrect paths since this is the most common error.
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[Solved] RE: PORT 443 - HTTPS
@TGates
thanks for being patient with me...
I.m new to this & slowly learning

I went back over this tutorial > http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=2535


https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html


In future for other domains I just start from this part of tutorial YES ?
Code:
service apache2 stop
./letsencrypt-auto certonly --standalone -d domain.com -d www.domain.com
service apache2 start

ALSO is it setup for auto renew ? or do i need to add something ?
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[Solved] RE: PORT 443 - HTTPS
Correct, to add domains use that part only.
There is a new way to do it but I have not gotten around to writing a new tutorial. But do not worry about that because you can switch to the newer method once I write it up.

To renew, you can make a system cron task to do that for you. I do not remember if it has been posted on the forums or not. I will look into it and get back to you in a day or so. If not, PM me to remind me Wink
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[Solved] RE: PORT 443 - HTTPS
(01-17-2018, 05:44 AM)TGates Wrote: Correct, to add domains use that part only.
There is a new way to do it but I have not gotten around to writing a new tutorial. But do not worry about that because you can switch to the newer method once I write it up.

To renew, you can make a system cron task to do that for you. I do not remember if it has been posted on the forums or not. I will look into it and get back to you in a day or so. If not, PM me to remind me Wink

thanks..
that would be great Smile
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