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Old 8th October 2009, 16:57
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But are there some available add ons for IPSConfig 3?
Not yet.

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1. The webserver is shown as offline -- I can access it outside my network.
What's the outptu of
Code:
netstat -tap
?
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2. FTP gives me a 530 error login.
What's the exact error message? Any errors in your logs? Did you try both active and passive transfers in your FTP client?

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3. When I installed ISPConfig, I followed the guidelines for Centos for my Fedora server and so the default page of Apache gave me the Centos index.html. Is this the cause of FTP error and webserver offline?
Don't think so.

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a. Where can I find the default index.html? When I type the FQDN of the website I added, it gave me the default webpage of Apache or ISPConfig control panel.
The default document root on CentOS is /var/www/html.
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b. How can I change the theme? Or are there some additional themes for the administrator, reseller or user that I can install?
The theme cannot be changed.
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