I am not sure this is a bug, but it is a problem for me.
We use Zeroshell as a router between internet and a few servers which are serving several portals.
At most of the times it works very well, but from time to time Zeroshell redirects all http requests to https. On the same ip, we use http to access the webserver (Apache2) on a server behind the Zeroshell, and https to access the web surface of zeroshell.
So when this redirection starts, the portals are not accesible, but the ZeroShell web-login. Restarting ZeroShell from it’s web interface solves the problem for a time, when it appears again.
If somebody faced this problem, or is You have an ideea how to solve this problem, please help.
I’ve just tryed on my sistem to change the ZS’s http port from 80 to 8086 , and seems ok .
typing yourip:8086 you will be redirected to the ZS https page . When you attempt to change the ZS’s http default port (80) the system will show you an error , like
Dec 15 13:07,00 ERROR: http/https access not changed: the TCP port 443 is already used by another service
but seems a bug ( the error shown) , because with the new http port (8086) ZS works as expected .Remember that I’ haven’t any web server behind my ZS , so .. may be this evening I can try , but if you are “on site ” a little test is very fast…
We access it remotely and loosing contact
This after having changed the port , before or randomly ?