ISPConfig Default Website
When we deactivate the one of our website. The user automatically gets redirected to one of our client sites.
Is it possible to change this?
I have tried creating a link named "0" and linked it to our main company site. We placed it in /var/www and /var/www/WWW directories without success.
Is there any way to change the default site which shows up when a client tries to access a site which doesn't exist or is disabled?
Apache shows the first site in alphabetic order that exists for a specific IP address if no site matches. So if you want to create a default site, you just have to ensure that it is the first one in alphabetic order.
Create a new site in ispconfig and use as domain name e.g.:
The domain name does not have to exist, it just have to be the first one to become the default site.
This did not work.
I also tried doing a redirect for the website that was showing up and the redirect does not work eigther...
Then you most likely did not select the correct IP address for the site or you did not wait until changes were written to disk. The steps I described abive work for all Linux distributions and setups that have a apache server installed.
I had to select the IP address for the site. It now works.
However, I'm trying to get the redirection to work.
What do the following mean?
I want to have it redirected to my main company site.
I have http://www.mysite.com
I have tried L R and L,R then No Flag.
Is that not how redirection works?
Please see apache docs for detailed infor about apache rewrite flags:
The redirect is done for the domain of the website. As you dont use a real domain for the site, the redirect can not work. You can e.g. add a .htaccess file with a wildcard redirect in the web directory of the site.
From what I gather if I set "No Flags" it should work... It didn't...
So I just made a quick HTML page.
Posted the page in case anybody else finds it useful.
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