"Shared IP" Message and Fragmented Vhost.conf files!
I setup several different resellers on my server, along with two main domains on the main IP.
Then, I went to ifcfgeth and installed several IPs as aliases for the main server ip, so that I can put sites on different IP addresses.
Next, I programmed a private nameserver for each reseller to use on a unique IP (only 1 unique IP & nameserver per reseller) so that they would not be using mine.
All of the reseller sites and their name servers, ie. ns1.reseller.com work and Ping fine.
Now, I have added several accounts to one of these resellers, and have setup the account names to use the private nameservers: ns1.reseller.com , ns2.mymaindomain.com.
I setup the DNS correctly at my registrar and all sites, nameservers, and IPs ping successfully.
Now, when I try to access one of the accounts under Reseller 1, for example, www.client1.com, I get "SHARED IP. To access this account please type in the address not the number IP"..
Falko commented on another thread that this is caused by mismatched IPs, that is, the site is on one IP but the configuration points to another.
I went through each client site under Reseller 1 and matched all the IPs - most were correct except for 1 or 2.
Also, Falko mentioned that this may be caused by Vhost issues...
So I looked at my Vhost.conf file, and I noticed that the main file had all of my resellers included BELOW the list of virtual IPs. Following the reseller virtual entries there was ONE random client account at the bottom (though I made over 80+!!!)
The other accounts I programmed were found in multiple "Vhost_12_9_13" etc type files in the /vhosts folder.
1.) Now, when I reboot NAMED and look at the client sites, I STILL GET THE "SHARED IP" message?????? :confused:
2.)Are the Vhost entries supposed to be listed in multipe files, even though some overlap or appear redundant? Why are they all over the place and not set in one file?
3.)Why does the main file have all the resellers and one unrelated client account, and not all other client accounts I installed (some 80 +).:confused:
Thanks all for your help....:)
Thanks Till, here's what I have
Thanks for your response...
1.) Yes, I can ping each website from my workstation and the IP that is returned is the one I assigned for each website.
As a result, I don't believe I am behind a NAT router.
2.) The vhost files: Should I manually copy/paste the contents of the other non-ISPconfig files into the ISPconfig Vhost file - note, they are formatted the same way as the ISPconfig vhost file?
Thanks for your help!
2) you acn not copy anything in the Vhost_ispconfig.conf file, it will be overridden. Delet your other vhost files, restart apache and create the websites in ISPConfig again.
...but I still get these vhost_ispconfg... files!
Thanks for your reply.
I deleted all the other vhost_ispconfg files, but they are being recreated automatically!
For example: Vhosts_ispconfig.conf_20-09-06_13-30-02
Why is this happening?
Make a backup of the file Vhosts_ispconfig.conf, then rename the file Vhosts_ispconfig.conf_20-09-06_13-30-02 to Vhosts_ispconfig.conf
Run the command:
and post the error message here.
I Deleted the fragmented files and started over
Thanks for this tip, but I followed your advice from the previous post and deleted all the extra Vhost* files from my server.
I'm now starting over, and so far everything is working fine.
I'll reply if I have any other errors... At the moment I am waiting for my domain registar to fix some issues with their name server management.
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