Ok, thanks, a) Administrator do not create sites, the clients create their own sites once they have created an account. b) I thought server IP is additional IP for the server apart from the default one. But this seems to solve the problem.
And i also noted, it seems a lots of people use ISPConfig with Debian based systems, mainly using Ubuntu, but this OpenVZ solution seems to be little bit out of date for ubuntu. Have you considered LXC any time ?
And also i thought default timeout on the browser would enhance security, it could pop up to ask if it should continue the session after some time or make it configurable.
Originally Posted by till
Clients can see the IP of their website in the website settings when a) the administrator selecetd the Ip in the site settings during site createion or b) when you assign this IP to your customers under System > server IP.
The system keeps the session open until the browser is closed by pinging the server from time to time.