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Old 24th January 2007, 15:05
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Hi,
I just set up a new box with Fedora Core 6 and ISPConfig. I think I am starting to get a grip on it now, but one thing frustrates me - I cannot reach the webistes I create with ISPConfig. I only get the standard "Fedora Core Test Page". I created a site www.garnes.no and expected to se the standard generated welcome page (which I can see if I look in the file structure on the server) but no way. I also created webmail.garnes.no with squirrelmail according to the howto, but also this one only shows the Fedora page, same thing if I try to reach ISPConfig on port 81.

I think I have got the DNS right because I get this page from the right server... The server is behind a Zyxel firewall but all traffic on port 80 and 81 is forwarded to the internal IP of this new fedora box.

I would appreciate any hints from any of you guys that has been there before me. Used to know RH pretty good but I have been out of it for 3 years now.. forgetting too fast I am afraid.

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Old 24th January 2007, 15:10
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Have you selecetd the internal IP in the website settings in ISPConfig for your websites? It must be the same IP where you forwarded port 81 to.
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Old 24th January 2007, 15:16
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No, I was wondering about that one... Where should I put the internal IP for it to be available in the dropdown box of the website settings?
I was unshure how internal IPs would interfere with the real IP in the DNS setup...
This box is primary ns for 4 domains now and should give the real IP for those to the world, right.
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Old 24th January 2007, 15:20
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Use the management console in ISPConfig and you can add/edit/delete the ip addresses that are available for your web sites.
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Old 24th January 2007, 15:35
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That did the trick for sure :-) get the standard ISPConfig welcome page now.
Thanks!!

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