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Old Nov 3, 2012, 09:51 AM   #1
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Cant get the Websites vhosts to work, why?


I just upgraded from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion, everything seems to work great (except that it removed all my MySQL databases, i knew ML Server dropped the MySQL but i didnt think they actually would remove the db files when upgrading, oh well, i had backup anyway)

The thing is, i cant seem to get "Websites" to work, i had alot of virtual hosts when i used Snow Leopard and it worked great, just add more sites when needed.....done, but not in Mountain Lion.

The standard "Server Website" and "Server Website (SSL)" works great, but not the ones that i add.

Dont know what i have missed:

Server app:
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It works on the "base IP" (
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Any ideas on what i could have missed?
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Old Nov 4, 2012, 09:08 AM   #2
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Just throwing it out there. Perhaps a firewall problem. Are you trying to access the page from the same computer? If so you could try

I would also change the 'domain name' to something like forum.local, the IP address field is under it. Since the default ones are working, try to duplicate them as much as possible.
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