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aldo 12th April 2012 17:18

roundcube SSL port
 
I successfully installed ISPCOnfig3 following

The Perfect Server - Debian Squeeze (Debian 6.0) With BIND & Courier [ISPConfig 3]

then RoundCube following
Easy RoundCube (Over SSL) And Webmin With fail2ban For ISPConfig 3 On Debian Squeeze

Everything went well.

Now I have:

ISPConfig: https://servername.domain1.com:8888

Web1: http://www.domain1.com
Web2: http://www.domain2.com
Web3: http://www.domain3.com

Adding "/webmail" to each URI, I get redirected to:

https://www.domainX:8888/webmail/

...and Roudcube works as expected.

My question is:
you can assign a port to roundcube different from that of ISPConfig?

Or:
can I make ispconfig respond only on
https://servername.domain1.com:8888
and not on
https://www.domainX:8888/
?

Thanks for any help.

todx 12th April 2012 20:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by aldo (Post 277295)
My question is:
you can assign a port to roundcube different from that of ISPConfig?

Or:
can I make ispconfig respond only on
https://servername.domain1.com:8888
and not on
https://www.domainX:8888/
?

I'd also like to know that!

Can I bind ISPConfig to https://cp.domain.com/?

At the moment I have it on all domains/subdomain, for example:
https://test1.domain.com:8080 - works
https://test2.domain.com:8080 - works
https://test3.domain.com:8080 - works
https://something.else.than.test.domain.com:8080 - works

I want to have it without port 8080 but still on https (ofc.) and on a certain subdomain.

How can I do this?


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