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I have a simple site with static content created in OpenCMS - a landing page and a couple of page links branching off. I'm trying to find out how to get traffic routed to my domain and to the Tomcat connector for it to process requests.
I've installed Tomcat in my user account and it is running on the default port 8080. My first assumption is I need to have port forwarding configured by you guys to allow traffic in to my hosted domain. Is that correct?
I would like to allow ports 80 and 443, where I will only be using port 80 for testing connectivity into my domain.
With port 443, are the certs installed under $HOME/ssl to be used with Tomcat and other ssl based apps?
Thanks for any guidance you can offer.
I called the sales departament to verify my account, everything went ok but then i got an email asking for a photo of my ID and Debit Card, is this normal or is it some kind of phishing?
Can I build and then transfer another website on my Inmotion account to my primary site?
My Second Question is: Is there a generic domain that I can use to stage a website then transfer it to my primary website? Do I have to buy another domain just to test a website?
From my questions, you can probably understand what I am trying to do. If you have any advice or suggestions, please let me know what I need to do to get there and what the best, easiest, way of doing this at inmotion?
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