Originally Posted by Ghostdare
Every site must have a name server at registrar. So , if your IP is XX.XY.XC.XXD create a A record as ns with that IP in your DNS Zone, and also at TLD (in my case RO TLD) make sure that yourdomain.net point to ns.yourdomain.net - doesn't matter if are the same IP's.
If you create with wizard the zone must look look that
A yourdomain.ro. 86.xxx.xxx.147 0
A mail 86.xxx.xxx.147 0
A ns 86.xxx.xxx.147 0
A www 86.xxx.xxx.147 0
MX yourdomain.ro. mail.yourdomain.ro. 10
NS yourdomain.ro. ns.yourdomain.ro. 0
I found no problem with setting up DNS, with the method 1 (using domain provided DNS server) and method 2 (using internal server DNS). The problem is that ISPconfig is actually loading the main site page instead of the website uploaded by FTP.
Can't figure out WHY. Maybe vhosts problems?