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Old 23rd July 2011, 14:51
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Originally Posted by midcarolina View Post
Within the LAN, using the static address set for the server, 192.168.1.XX:8080
Trying within the LAN, using webserver.example.com:8080, NOT accessible, although this IP points to webserver.example.com in /etc/hosts
I guess it has nothing to do with ISPConfig (that's why you can't find anything in the manual).

Did you add webserver.example.com in your client's hosts file?

BTW, I really don't think it's ok to say that it's not worth to spend 5 EUR for a 300 pages manual that contains many details (for example, it references *ALL* the input fields with examples) that you won't find anywhere else. Think of the time I spent to write this manual...
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