Secure Web Server for Tru64 UNIX: Administration Guide

  Table of Contents

  Glossary

  Index

Published: December 2006


Table of Contents

About This Document
Intended Audience
Document Organization
Typographic Conventions
Related Information
HP Encourages Your Comments
1 Overview
Accessing the Secure Web Servers
Choosing a Web Server
Managing the Apache Web Servers
Managing the Administrator Password
Web Server Administration Functions
Dynamic Modules
Tomcat Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages Container
SSL and the Secure Web Server
2 Managing the Secure Web Server
Changing Configuration Parameters
Changing Server Tuning Parameters
Changing Access Control Entry Parameters
Changing Listening Port and IP Address Parameters
Changing Virtual Host Parameters for the Public Web Servers
Changing URL Default Parameters for the Public Web Servers
Changing HTML Directory Alias Parameters for the Public Web Server
Changing CGI Directory Alias Parameters for the Public Web Server
Changing Logging and Reporting Parameters
Changing Public Web Server User Accounts
Displaying Public Web Server Status
Displaying Public Web Server Information
Viewing Web Server Reports and Log Files
Refreshing the Administration Web Server Log Files
Starting and Stopping the Secure Web Server
Changing the Password for the Administration Web Server
Allowing Remote Access to the Administration Web Server
Dynamically Adding and Removing Server Modules
3 Using Dynamic Modules
Secure Web Server Support for Apache Dynamic Modules
Standard Modules Provided as DSO Modules
Nonstandard Modules Provided as DSO Modules
Activating the Apache DSO Modules
Using the LoadModule Directive
Using the AddModule Directive
Verifying the Configuration File
Activating an Apache DSO Module — Example
4 Implementing the Tomcat Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages Container
Tomcat Overview
Using Tomcat as a Standalone Public Web Server
Locating Tomcat Directories
Selecting a Java Environment
Starting Tomcat
Starting and Stopping Tomcat from the Administration Utility
Restarting Tomcat in a Non-TruCluster Environment
Restarting Tomcat in a TruCluster Environment
Tomcat Log Files
Accessing the Tomcat Administration and Manager Applications
Accessing the Tomcat Examples
Locating Additional Information
5 Enabling the Secure Socket Layer Protocol
SSL Concepts
Enabling SSL Support from the Web Server Administration Utility
Generating a Private Key
Generating a Certificate Request
Generating and Installing a Test Certificate
Installing a Digital Certificate
Viewing Certificate Details
Enabling and Disabling SSL for a Web Server
Testing Your SSL Connection
Specifying Public Web Server Access to HTTP and HTTPS Connections
Migrating Your Netscape Digital Certificate to the Secure Web Server
Prerequisites for Migration
Migrating the Netscape Digital Certificate
A Secure Web Server 1.3 Components and Modules
B Secure Web Server 2.0 Components and Modules
Glossary
Index

List of Figures

1-1 Secure Web Server Main Menu
1-2 Secure Web Server Administration Menu
2-1 Change Configuration Parameters Menu for Public Web Server 2.0
2-2 Change Tuning Parameters Form
2-3 Change Access Control Entries Form
2-4 Change Listening Ports and IP Addresses Form
2-5 Change Public Web Server 1.3 Virtual Hosts Form
2-6 Modify Public Web Server 1.3 Virtual Hosts Form
2-7 Change Public Web Server URL Defaults Form
2-8 Change Public Web Server HTML Directory Aliases Form
2-9 Change Public Web Server CGI Directory Aliases Form
2-10 Change Public Web Server Logging and Reporting Parameters Form
2-11 Manage the Public Web Server Form
2-12 Reports and Log Files for the Public Web Server
2-13 Manage the Administration Web Server Menu
2-14 Reports and Log Files for the Administration Web Server Menu
2-15 Start/Stop the Administration Web Server Form
2-16 Change the Password for All Administration Servers Form
2-17 Change Administration Web Server Configuration Parameters Menu
2-18 Modify Administration Web Server Access Control Entry Form
2-19 Dynamically Add/Remove Server Module Form
4-1 Manage the Tomcat Java Servlet and JSP Engine Form
4-2 Start/Stop the Tomcat Java Servlet and JSP Engine Form
5-1 Manage SSL for the Public Web Server Menu
5-2 Generate a Private Key — Results
5-3 Generate a Certificate Request Form
5-4 Certificate Request Success Notice
5-5 Test Certificate Installation Success Notice
5-6 Manage SSL Main Menu with Additional Options
5-7 Install a Certificate Text Field
5-8 Certificate File in Readable Format
5-9 Enable SSL Confirmation Page
5-10 SSL Connections Error Message