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Old 17th September 2007, 20:13
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Default ISPConfig and multiple servers

I want to thank everyone who puts together these wonderful howtos. Bravo for your hard work.

We do charitable hosting for local non-profits here in Billings Mt. We are also a charity that gives refurbished computers to underprivileged children, we host our own pages too. I have used some of the howtos here and have been very pleased with the fast, consistent results.

One of the charities we will soon host, their IT guy is used to a control panel to configure his options regarding mail, dns, and so forth. This naturally leads me to ispconfig.

My architecture is a little strange. I have an ultra high availability machine for mysql (multiple redundant procs, raid 1 with spares, and so forth). 2 separate machines that handle primary & secondary dns, primary & secondary mx.
One machine that handles Openvz vps's for web servers and mild ftp. One router with lots of port-forwarding/alias-port ninjitsu, and 12 world routable IP's.

Question, is it possible to host ispconfig on a openvz vps and use it to control other servers in my dmz? Is this possible in "expert" mode for installation?


Thanks

dan
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