Brand new WordPress install with Avade Theme installed on RPi 4 - works fine when I access it on
http://203.0.113.111/index.php from an external connection, but if I remove the
index.php I get nothing - connection refused.
Is this normal behaviour? Shouldn't I get redirected to the WP installs index page right away? I've forwarded port 80 in my router to the Pi's internal IP, so I can't get my head around this.
I even modified the
/var/www/html with these lines:
DirectoryIndex index.html index.php
but ALAS - even though I think it should work just fine I don't get why I have to write the
index.php in my web-browser. Of course a direct DNS forward could do the trick here, but common? That's just symptom-treatment, right?
Can anyone give me a pointer in the right direction?
EDIT: It's the same when I try to access my web servers internal IP from the LAN - I have to input
index.php if I must reach the WP-site.
EDIT 2: from @kero's comment: I rewrote
AllowOverride in Apache conf from
ALL and restarted Apache but still nothing.
... still changes nothing after an Apache service restart.