Have owncloud, openproject and openoffice need SSL but cant use 443 already in use on domain. I have purchased a domain name to point to the server, and need to finalize it and bind it to the univention apache server running the apps inthe domain. It is a Windows AD domain, and the UCs is a backup domain controller.
I am somewhat familiar with modifying apache conf files but am not sure which ones I should modify in order to keep owncloud, open office and open project all talking together. I need owncloud and openoffice (or collabora) talking to each other and available from the internet. I have a solid domain with one static IP, and a sonic wall. I have an SSL-enabled server already running on the network which I do not want to disturb.
I am able to forward through the sonicwall to the server, but it pulls away from the other server on port 443. I am debating changing the port in Apache to listen for 8443, but not sure if that will work with the other apps on the server (owncloud/openoffice/openproject). I am wondering if a reverse proxy is the way to do it.
I need to get an SSL certificate (have Lets Encrypt installed, unused so far) established with the new domain name pointing at the univention address which is stable and running on the network, just no SSL. this makes owncloud not work with OpenOffice or Collabora even on the network. It works from the Univention KDE desktop fine, allows creation of new documents and spreadsheets from within owncloud, but will not create or open from owncloud on network clients which fully see the rest of the UCS platform fine
I have UCS 4.3-2 errata229