Whenever I create a subdomain "or simply setting the hostname" I get a shared ip error.
This is my setup
I register my domains through 1and1
I set them all to the same IP address my server uses
I created two subdomains on 1and1
The main domain site in ispconfig works which is jaikobcreate.com
When I go to create new site -- i set the hostname to the subdomain part I want then the main domain name, and I have it create the records for me in dns.
I am behind a router. but I am using different local IP addresses
10.129.0.2 -- local
10.129.0.3 -- local
10.129.0.4 -- local
And my WAN address (which I used for my domains) id 71.13.92.xxx
so in retrospect I have this setup:
1and1 Domains Registered:
Router - WAN - 71.13.92.xxx LAN 10.129.0.xxx
3 static LAN addresses
my linux server box had virtual network interfaces with the local static IP's configured into it.
ISPConfig see's the IP addresses
When I make a new site in ispconfig I use one of the 3 local IP's for each domain i have. I never use 1 IP for more than 1 domain.
When I want to make a subdomained host I make a new site, and change the hostname to the first part of the subdomain.
then i fill out everything else.
my main DNS record for jaikobcreate.com is set for 10.129.0.2
the A record - www is set to 10.129.0.2
in DNS the A records are set for the hostname of the subdomain, but they are a different IP address then the main record.
why is it giving me a shared IP error, when indeed its not a shared IP?
Last edited by 40esp; 18th November 2007 at 17:14.