Local Website Url - 403 Forbidden
I'm a newbie about knowledge of Ispconfig and how to configure it and I'm tryng to understand about DNS, Redirect, Cname MX Record and all about a webserver configuration. I'm searching on the forum but don't find an answer to my question for this reason I hope you can help me to figure out my troubles
But my question is maybe simple for a Member Senior of this community or for everybody else that know much more than about Ispconfig
When I go on the local URL of the the website that I create but It doesn't work
I tryed also
and it doesn't work too
I installed the Ispconfig 3 on the last Perfect Server Debian Squeez (3.0.3) on my home webserver when I digit the local URL of the Ispconfig http://192.168.1.106:8080 everything go ok and I can access like Admin
1. I Create a User
On the CLient Tab create the Client: ciao
2. I Create a Website
I create a website I wish run a Ruby or a Ruby On Rails Website but now nevermind if now it doesn't work I want view in the website a simple .html file to understand that it works
Harddisk Quota MB: 100 MB
Traffic Quota MB: -1
CGI: NO CHECKED
SSI: NO CHECKED
SuEXEC: NO CHECKED
Own Error-Documents: CHECKED
SSL: NO CHECKED
in the /etc/apache2/sites-enabled directory I have 5 files
000-apps.vhost -> /etc/apache2/sites-available/apps.vhost
000-default -> ../sites-available/default
000-ispconfig.conf -> /etc/apache2/sites-available/ispconfig.conf
000-ispconfig.vhost -> /etc/apache2/sites-available/ispconfig.vhost
mywebsite.com.vhost -> /etc/apache2/sites-available/mywebsite.com.vhost
the last file inside mywebsite.com.vhost have the follow quote maybe is important to know
Status of Services (Server : server1.mywebsite.com)
Data from: 2011-08-04 17:40
maybe this could be useful to understand why it doesn't work
bye & thanks
Thats all fine and the error shows that your system is working correctly. You canm not access a website folder trogh the IP address, if that would be possible, everyone would be able to hack your server easily.
To access a website, enter the webite domain in the browser. In your case, open a browser and enter:
Thanks Till for the answer
Then I have to set up my home webserver for an internet access?
I recorded mywebsite.com on Godaddy.com I have to look the follow page:
to set up my home webserver to access mywebsite.com opening a browser?
For testing purposes you can modify the hosts file on your client: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...s+file+windows
I have a linux box with Debian Squeeze (last stable version)
If I want an internet access to my home webserver I have to read this?
sorry If I repeat the question but I don't understand your answer
You must create DNS records on the authoritative name servers for your domain. These can be your registrar's name servers or your ISPConfig servers or any other server. You can find these out by running
For testing purposes (if you don't want to change DNS records), you can modify your client PC's hosts file.
I have now two questions and I try to answer to second one If this is no correct I apologize in advance
1. If I want to use Ispconfig and I registered the websites on Godaddy to redirect on my private home websever I need two ip-address?
2. I don't have two ip-address and I register the website on Godaddy I can't use Ispconfig?
If the answer at point 2 is yes then I can use Ispconfig to use a website registered on Godaddy with only an ip-address I have to simply follow these following steps:
a. Create a DNS RECORD from the back end of Ispconfig (I don't want to change DNS records)
IP Address: <IP-ADDRESS of the website. ping www.mywebsite.com>
NS 1: ns1.mywebsite.com
NS 2: ns2.mywebsite.com
b. I modify my client PC's hosts file.
In my home webserver I have 3 host files
I decided to change /etc/resolv.conf (why? 'cause I red nameserver in it)
# Generated by NetworkManager
nameserver 192.168.1.254, ns1.mywebsite.com, ns2.mywebsite.com
After I restart my home webserver when I write on the browser www.mywebsite.com I have to see the website that I have on my webserver in the following directory:
I made the a. and b. changes but I can't see my folder website. I don't have any idea why this solution doen't work
I'm looking for another solution & bye,
pd. mybe when here talk about vhost file is this? /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/mywebsite.com.vhost
If you want to run your own nameservers with ISPConfig, then you need two IP addresses. However, it is not required that you use the ISPConfig DNS module - for most people it is easier to use the nameservers provided by their registrar.
For example, if you use GoDaddy to register your domains, you can create and manage your DNS records from GoDaddy's control panel, and then you don't need ISPConfig's DNS module. Of course, you can still use ISPconfig to create web sites, email accounts, etc.
first of all thanks for your answer now if I put on my browser the URL of the website:
point to follow directory
but I want to point at following directory:
I don't know if I have to edit a file example: mywebsite.conf at the following file
You dont have to edit any config files. If apache points the domain to /var/www, then the dns record and apache settings dont match or you missed to enable the auto subdomain www setting. Please check thet you selected the same IP address in the website settings that you used for the dns A-Record of the domain.
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