Installing the Tomcat APR native library allows us to work smoothly with both: the JSSE and the OpenSSL implementation.
APR mainly is a supporting library for the Apache web server, offering also some more encasements and functionalities. In this post, you can see the process of installing it in a Debian/Linux distribution system.
Apache Tomcat is maybe the most popular Java Application Server of the Java Developers Community. It is Java-based and here we will take a quick look on how to install, configure and start working.
Very often, a WordPress site/blog also uses some plug-ins to get some info for those accessing the blog. Such a well-known yet free tool is the WPStatistics plugin. The plugin offers a plethora of statistical data and the visitor statistics is one of them. This means that you can get info, in a table format, about the number of Visitors coming from each Search Engine, the Visitor’s Country Recognition, the Visitor’s City Recognition, the Visitor’s IP, etc.
You might encounter an issue with the visitors’ IPs: all are the same and all look like coming from your internal network, and more precisely, from the NGINX proxy host! Here you can see how you can solve this issue by manually adding/loading the remoteip_module in an Apache Server which is behind an NGINX Proxy in a Synology NAS.