Then you cannot activate your system. If you cannot activate your system you cannot run or install any module that is noted as “Commercial” whether it is free or not. So no System Admin. The UCP runs on port 81, if people want to access it outside the LAN you need to setup port forwarding in your firewall for them to access the box. If the box is on a public IP, then they need to hit the IP on port 81.
Also according to Apache it’s listening on 81 for the UCP
Alias /.well-known /var/www/html/.well-known
Alias /.freepbx-known /var/www/html/.freepbx-known
RewriteRule ^/.(well-known|freepbx-known)/ - [H=text/plain,L]
RewriteRule (^.|/.) - [F]
Updated Followup: However, I see you’re point. This is a manual install so Apache by default would get /ucp due to it being a sub-directory and the port alias are probably not there due to that being a distro based conf file.
The aliases he’s trying to set up aren’t really documentroots, but the point is well worth discussing.
@hardcop You can’t just copy and paste things from the Internet and hope they work. You need to understand what and why you are doing. This is another excellent example. You need to make sure the files you are trying to alias actually exist, otherwise the aliases are guaranteed not to work.