I’m a newby from hestiacp, sorry if I ask maybe simple things, but I can’t find the solution
I installed hestiacp and created a couple of domains and created wordpress pages. Everything works perfectly. Hestia is a great system.
I would like to disable access directly to the ip site and forward to a domain: for example
192.168.100.100:8086 to mydomain.net:8086
or 192.168.100.100 to mydomain.net
is it possible?
currently at my 192.168.100.100 I can see this:
/etc/nginx/conf.d/ip.conf is handling the ip pages. You can add an rewrite to it or when you go to html docroot in there you might you can change it so you forward it with html
May cause for strange behaviour…
I saw that with each update the configuration must be rewritten.
The best solution, without strange behaviors, do you think is to prevent access to the ip address and access hestiacp from one of the domains?
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