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Old 3rd February 2007, 03:02
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Default Websites management with ISPConfig in fedora 6

Hey guys. i do have some problems with my ISPConfig installed on Fedora 6.
i installed it and.. it seems to work... i did tested it .. i got a domain name.. and.. it works.
The thing is.. that.. i want to add websites on my server. so.. i went through the steps.. in the ISPConfig manual.. .. and.. i pressed New Site button.. and.. i created a website in the ISPConfig panel. when i got back on the server.. .. i fount a new folder created there..
.. named after the domain of the website.
it is created in the same folder where i have the HTML folder. In HTML, there's an INDEX.HTM page, which is oppened everytime i try to connect to the website i created.
So... this index.htm page.. is oppened either if i connect to my own domain, or to the new website's domain.

now.. what i need help in:

- after i create a new website in ISPConfig.. how do i change its folder contents in order to ... every time i connect to the website (through internet), for that individual domain name, i will get THAT website.. and not.. just.. that index.htm initial file from html folder?

-if the folder html has to contain the first webpage of every website, how can i do this difference if i have more than one website there? i mean.... i can't add .. 5 files with name index.htm.


Please help me!
Thanks,
Razvan
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Old 3rd February 2007, 09:25
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This sounds as you selected the wrong IP address for the website. If you are in a NAT enviroment, you must use the internal IP. Please use only the domain to connect to the website in the browser, the IP wont work.

The folder html is not used by ISPConfig, the websites are inside the folder "web" which is in the folder with the domain name.
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