Can't access ISPconfig3
I accidentially upgraded the dedicated server I rent. Afterwards I put back the full backups, but after that I am not able to access any of my sites that runs under ispconfig3 and I am not able to access the web interface at :8080 .
The virtual host for ispconfig do listens on 8080 according to ispconfig.vhost so no change there.
What puzzles me is that an nmap gives the following results:
PORT STATE SERVICE
20/tcp closed ftp-data <<<<< closed
21/tcp open ftp
22/tcp open ssh
25/tcp open smtp
53/tcp open domain
80/tcp closed http <<<<< closed
110/tcp open pop3
143/tcp open imap
443/tcp closed https <<<<< closed
993/tcp open imaps
995/tcp open pop3s
3306/tcp open mysql
8080/tcp closed http-proxy <<<<< closed
8081/tcp closed blackice-icecap <<<<< closed
10000/tcp closed snet-sensor-mgmt <<<<< closed
...so it looks like the firewall has closed 80, 8080 AND 443. That's really odd. They should all be open.
So my question is do ispconfig3 supply an additional firewall that I need to config? Where is it likely that I will find my firewall? (the server runs Debian squeeze)
These ports are always open in the ispconfig firewall by default, so most likely there is a different firewall then the one from ispconfig running. The ispconfig firewall is also off by default, so if sou have not activated it manually, it is not started. You can shutdown the ispconfig firewall on the hell with:
Is there any ispconfig3 script that I can run again in order to get it back to normal? (assuming I don't have to redo the whole thing)
Follow the manual update instruction:
And select y when the updater asks you if the services shall be reconfigured.
So bastlle-firewall is the one that ispconfig uses!?
What about if iptables is installed? Should that be removed?
(Please be patient, I am noob doing more things than I apparently should do :) - just want to learn it )
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