Hosting website along Quickbox


I’m stuck in this situation:
I got a Hetzner dedi, with 2 IPs.

Quickbox is set up fine on the main ip.
Now I want to host a different website on the second ip, and point my domain to that second ip.

I use cloudflare’s nameservers for my domain, and have an A record set on cloudflare to the second ip.
I made a new .conf file (vhost) in ‘/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/’ and activated it.

A mayor problem is that when I browse to I go to rutorrent, same with all quickbox apps and their urls.

How do I disable the ‘aliases-seedbox.conf’ file for my new vhost?

you can change the setting in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/default-ssl.conf.
you will find following code:
<VirtualHost *:80>
<VirtualHost *:443>
if you change the * to your ip, this rewrite will be locked to that interface.
then, you can create another rewrite rule

I’ve done this already, changed the * to the first ip (the ip I want quickbox to use).
Still the same problem

did you set another conf for your vhost(with second ip and the “newdomain”)

Yes I got set up and activated, listening to the second ip

Somehow the seems to think it needs to apply the ‘aliases-seedbox.conf’ file, which should only be for quickbox.

the new conf should work if you set the correct VirtualHost ip, ServerName and DocumentRoot, and restart the apache2 service.

This is my current

This is my default-ssl.conf

maybe you can try to change the ports.conf. just like Mixed port-based and ip-based virtual hosts in
But I’m not sure if it works.

I don’t there’s anything wrong with the ports, I’m using 2 ips so they shouldnt conflict.
I just need to figure out how to only enable aliases-seedbox.conf for the first ip/vhost which hosts quickbox and disable it for my second ip/vhost which hosts a entirely different site.

cut the config in aliases-seedbox.conf, paste them here

<VirtualHost QUICKBOXIP:443>

SCGIMount /jesper
[config in aliases-seedbox.conf]

delete the aliases-seedbox.conf. then restart the apache2 service. these rewrite rule will only work for this ip based vhost. I tested in my server(localhost with a simple html, and the public ip with the qb dashboard)

This works, I thought of this earlier but didn’t expect it to work.
Thanks, but I think some conf files get wiped with quickbox updates, so this is not really a long term solution.

Still thanks a lot!