Running ISPConfig 220.127.116.11 on Ubuntu 10.04 with all the latest OS updates.
I created a website (mainsite.com) with auto-subdomain set to *
This works fine and can be accessed through any means (www.mainsite.com
, test.mainsite.com, mainsite.com, etc)
I created a website (dev.mainsite.com) with auto-subdomain set to "none". Now when I type dev.mainsite.com in my browser, this second site is displayed, as expected.
I created a website (j16.mainsite.com) configured exactly the same way as dev.mainsite.com. Now when I type j16.mainsite.com in my browser, I get the root website (mainsite.com) instead of the one that should be at j16.mainsite.com.
If I change the auto-subdomain for mainsite.com to "www." or "none", both j16.mainsite.com and dev.mainsite.com function as expected.
If I set the auto-subdomain for mainsite.com to *, then dev.mainsite.com functions as expected but j16.mainsite.com does not.
Is this normal or a bug? If it's normal, can someone explain why it's happening?