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Old 5th November 2005, 19:25
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Default Newbie help needed

Ok guys,

I've looked on in the documentation and looked in this forum but did not find my answer.

I installed ISPCONFIG yesterday (SUSE 10). Followed the tutorial to the letter.
Everthing installed perfectly.

I can reach my ISPCONFIG from the server.

I have a Linksys WRT54G.

I use dyndns.

I have forwarded the following ports to my ISPCONFIG server.

21,, 22, 25, 53, 80, 81, 443, 10000 are all forwarded to (ISPCONFIG server static IP address)

Added as my Gateway


I can not access my ispcopnfig server from my other pc.

https://www . SERVERNAME . com:81 = can not be found.

I can ping servername.com
I can NOT ping www . servername . com


I suspect, but still very much a newbie, that during the install this is asked:

Web-Root: /home/www
Is this correct? [y/n]

choose n and enter /var/www as Web-Root.

Did I shoot myself in the foot by adding www?
I do not have www. in my dyndns name
Does dyndns support HTTPS? did not see anything on the website.
Any body out there using a wrt54g?
Any hints for me?
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