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Old 24th November 2005, 03:35
christopher christopher is offline
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Question General ISPConfig Newbie Questions

Hi!

I've got some ISPConfig newbie questions. I can post these questions in
separate threads if I should... if it would be more helpful for the list.
I sure would appreciate the benefit of your knowledge!

Section 1.2 of the admin manual claims that I should have an "ISP Invoice"
section, but I don't see that on my installation. I don't need an Invoice
section, but is something broken?

When I click Management->Server->Settings, I get the error message,
"The following error occurred: The requested document type does not exist."
This happened as a result of trying to fix a problem for a reseller: he could
not empty his recycle bin. Neither could I through ISPConfig. I searched
though the ISPConfig tables and deleted all occurances of "systems" (as I recall)
because that was a part of his domain name. Stupid on my part, obviously.
Is there SQL I can use to repair this?

Backup ZIP files don't want to unzip.

How can I use Bastille to DROP a given IP address?

In my ISP Manager->Reseller Name->Statistics, I see no Traffic Overview.

If I ping one of the hosted domains (ping www.domain1.com), each reply
comes back from a different domain that had been setup in ISPConfig.

Reply From domain1.com
Reply From domain2.com
Reply From domain3.com
Reply From domain4.com

It seems that I must have multiple IP addresses to host multiple SSL sites
with ISPConfig. For name-based hosting, my pre-ISPConfig custom has been
to keep many SSL sites on one IP address, each with a separate, non-default
port for each site. For example, I could use https://www.domain.com:450/
instead of the default 443, which needs no port specification. This way I
can stack many secure web sites on one IP address. How can I use a specific
port for SSL, not just the default of 443?

The compilation of stats do not seem to be working.

Thank you for any help!

Chris

Last edited by christopher; 24th November 2005 at 03:41.
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