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It produced this output:
503 Unavailable server
I am setting up an on-prem password manager which uses an install script that includes Letsencrypt. I already have a CentOS 7 Apache reverse proxy handling several other domains to several backend servers.
My reverse proxy already is running Letsencrypt, with the SSL folders mapped to one of the backend web servers in order to use the certificates.
This new password manager server I am setting up runs Letsencrypt during the install script, so I can’t duplicate what I’ve done before. It almost acts like the return request on port 80 is stopping at the proxy, even though I have the config setup to not do that.
Here is my edited virtual host config on my reverse proxy, any ideas?
ServerName vault.legacyknights.org ErrorLog logs/error.log CustomLog logs/access.log combined LogLevel error <Location /> ProxyPass http://x.x.x.x/ ProxyPassReverse http://x.x.x.x/ Order allow,deny Allow from outbound1.letsencrypt.org Allow from outbound2.letsencrypt.org </Location> ProxyRequests on </VirtualHost>