Problem with ISP3's connection
Hello to everybody.
Here is the problem: I had two physical web-servers - one as mail-server and hosting and the other one only for hosting. Both servers had a ISP3 installed, and the ISP of mail-server was the "master", so the hosting ISP was a "slave". Everything went well, until I've decided to install Tomcat on the mail-server. There was a bit of a mess with ports(I've assigned 8181 to ISP, and 8080 for Tomcat, then when I've discovered a trouble I've changed it back, but it did not help at all)
The problem is: my ISP works, but it does not affect the "slave" server. It cannot monitor, change ftp/db accounts, it can do nothing with the "slave" server - it just shows a lot of mistakes (Notice: Undefined variable: html_server in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/monitor/show_sys_state.php on line 237) when I'm trying at least to monitor it.
So here is the question: how can I reconnect my slave server to the master without losing any data? I have full ssh/root access to the slave server. (When i'm saying "data" I mean ftp/dns(!!!)/db/etc settings)
I would appreciate help a lot.