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Old 30th September 2006, 00:15
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Default More servers (www server, db server etc.)

Hello,

i have more servers. Do ISPConfig support more servers (one for www, one for email and one for db) with central administration?

And second question. Can I control ISPConfig by URL or something similar like url? I want to control my hosting accounts by my automatic pays system. When customer pays, this system can create hosting account for this customer.


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Old 30th September 2006, 23:45
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No, ISPConfig does not support mutliserver configuration, yet. Afaik at version 3, but till / falke should know that better.

Yes there is a SOAP interface by which you are able to configure things without using the webinterface.
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