Don't forget to update your computer's hosts file!
Separated by comma.
Location of your site's index.php file, or other landing page.
80 for normal browsing, if you choose another append it to the URL in your browser, eg: http://awesome.dev:1337
name value, separated by comma.
File must exist inside VM on initial $ vagrant up! The custom fragment would be added here.
SSL Options

Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority: It’s free, automated, and open.

Generates a valid SSL certificate. Automatically renews the certificate once a month. It's awesome!

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This will only work on a public domain!

Do not choose this option for local development domains.

THE DOMAIN MUST BE PUBLIC AND REACHABLE FROM THE INTERNET.

If you do not know your server's IP address ahead of time, $ vagrant up may fail initially. You need to assign your domain to the new server via an A record or a floating IP address. As long as your domain resolves to the created server this will work!

Simply run $ vagrant provision once the domain is resolving properly!

Make sure to also add this domain to the Let's Encrypt tab by clicking here!

To redirect all non-SSL traffic to SSL, create two vhosts - one on port 80 and one on port 443.

Add Redirect permanent / https://{YOUR_VHOST_NAME}/ to the non-SSL vhost's Custom Directives to redirect all traffic to the SSL vhost.

Absolute path to SSL Certificate File. Usually ends in .crt. Leave blank to use a generic one. DO NOT LEAVE BLANK FOR PRODUCTION.

Absolute path to SSL Certificate Key File. Usually ends in .key. Leave blank to use a generic one. DO NOT LEAVE BLANK FOR PRODUCTION.

Absolute path to SSL Certificate Chain File. Usually ends in .crt and may have the name of your SSL provider. Leave blank to use a generic one. DO NOT LEAVE BLANK FOR PRODUCTION.

Absolute path to SSL CA Certificate. Leave blank to use a generic one. DO NOT LEAVE BLANK FOR PRODUCTION.

To redirect all non-SSL traffic to SSL, create two vhosts - one on port 80 and one on port 443.

Add Redirect permanent / https://{YOUR_VHOST_NAME}/ to the non-SSL vhost's Custom Directives to redirect all traffic to the SSL vhost.

Virtual Host Directories
Click to add a virtual host directory
Virtual Host Files Matches
Click to add a filesmatch