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banzaiwebstudio.com 4th December 2008 01:49

Few question about ISPconfig!!
 
i have my ISPconfig working fine, i also have 2 websites running on them 100% via virtual hosts obsviously. But when i try to access the server itself remotely, it shows the "Shared ip" message. however the same domain but on the ISPconfig port (81), works.

DO ISPconfig blocks the port 80 of the main apache server?


domain.com (main) (no accessible)------->
site1.com (virtual) (working)
site2.com (virtual) (working)


any ideas?

till 4th December 2008 10:49

In ISPConfig there is no such thing as a main domain, every domain is trated equally and has to be created as website.

banzaiwebstudio.com 4th December 2008 19:31

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Originally Posted by till (Post 158252)
In ISPConfig there is no such thing as a main domain, every domain is trated equally and has to be created as website.

Maybe i did not explain it enough. When i installed ISPconfig i have a ubuntu box which i assign a domain to it (domain.com), at this point if i access this site via brownser i saw the "It Works!". Than i installed ISPconfig, created virtualdomain1.com, virtualdomain2.com, which works perfectly, but now when i access domain.com, i see the "Shared ip" message.

Any idea?

It is not a problem with the virtual web sites.

Also i would like to ask about the .htaccess file, how does ISPconfig handles it?

if i add the Options in AllowOveride in apache2.conf, so i can use to change any options, values and conf for apache and php?

till 4th December 2008 19:40

I fully understodd your post and answered it already above. Create a new site for domain.com.

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Also i would like to ask about the .htaccess file, how does ISPconfig handles it?
.htaccess files are handled by apache and noit ispconfig.

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if i add the Options in AllowOveride in apache2.conf, so i can use to change any options, values and conf for apache and php?
You can do that but its very insecure.


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