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Old 8th November 2007, 15:23
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Default Default DNS admin e-mail and default IP address

Hi All!

I've run into 2 issues with 2.2.17. The improvements 2.2.18 brings, have nothing to do with them.

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Under Management>Server>Settings>DNS I have root@mydomain in the admin email field, which appears just fine when creating a new domain/zone in the DNS Manager. However, when I add a new site in ISP Manager and make ISPConfig create the corresponding DNS zone, it uses admin@domain as the admin email, not the default one set up earlier.

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I have 2 IP addresses assigned to a server. ISPConfig handles them fine, but I want the very first one added to be the default when creating a site or DNS zone. But this is not the case. It uses the one added last. I've tried to increase the doc_id of the older IP's entry in the database, but did not help.

Any ideas are very welcome!
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Old 9th November 2007, 09:27
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Under Management>Server>Settings>DNS I have root@mydomain in the admin email field, which appears just fine when creating a new domain/zone in the DNS Manager. However, when I add a new site in ISP Manager and make ISPConfig create the corresponding DNS zone, it uses admin@domain as the admin email, not the default one set up earlier.
This is the defualt behaviour in ISPConfig. You can not change this without coding.

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I have 2 IP addresses assigned to a server. ISPConfig handles them fine, but I want the very first one added to be the default when creating a site or DNS zone. But this is not the case. It uses the one added last. I've tried to increase the doc_id of the older IP's entry in the database, but did not help.
It is not possible to change the order of the IP addresses without coding.
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