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Old 15th March 2012, 03:01
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I'm using haproxy which listens on external ip's but connects to webservers on internal ip's. So I have two servers with same content loadbalanced ( or just for backup ). Now I'm configuring WHMCS and it requires that I use real IP's and not * for all sites in ispconfig. When I first add an internal IP in ispconfig, then choose IP for website/domain I don't get the site, I just get the servers default index.html.. but if I manually change *:80 to internal-ip:80 in the domain's vhost everyting is fine so my question is what is changed when I change from * to real ip in ispconfig other then the domains vhost file becouse I couldn't see any other change in the vhost file other then *:80 -> IP:80

Another thing is that both .vhost configurations have the same IP but I would need the mirror ( on a multi server setup ) to have it's own IP. I this possible?

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