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Old 19th March 2013, 19:26
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Default ISPConfig, install issues and 1:1 NAT

Hi,

I have installed ISPConfig in mulitserver setup as per the debian 6 server install instructions, and everything seemed to go without a hitch. I have since noticed a number of problems i cannot seem to sort out.

I'll start out with my layout.

I have an external IP block 199.XXX.XXX.163-174. These are setup as virtual IPs in PFsense, and forwarded with 1:1 nat to the appropriate machines.

Inside, i have ws1(192.168.2.10,199.XXX.XXX.163), ms1(192.168.2.20,199.XXX.XXX.164), ds1(192.168.2.30,no public IP), ns1(192.168.2.40,199.XXX.XXX.165), and ns2(192.168.2.41,199.XXX.XXX.166).

1st issue, following the guide verbatim doesnt install webmail as it is suggested. would i install this myself on ws1 or ms1?

2nd issue, much bigger, i cannot seem to use the DB server. right now, all sites are running off of the WS database. opening PHPMYADMIN from the control panel brings you to the WS database, not the DBserver database.

3rd, just as annoying, i cannot seem to assign external IPs directly to a client. All the guides say to use internal IP addresses, but everything else says that a hosting panel needs external addresses directly assigned. I also read i need to remove * from any site's ip address, and when i remove it from 000-default, when accessing any assigned IP, i get the error "you are trying access https on the standard http port". As a workaround, i had to assign the dedicated address as an alias webdomain

Let me know what logs or troubleshooting you would like to see.
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