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Old 10th March 2007, 17:55
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Hi,
I'm new to Linux and ISPConfig. I have followed an article here on hw to setup a linux machine with apache, postfix and ISPConfig. Installation was fine and the web server is running, as well as ISPConfig. However I had some difficulties with the followings;

1. I added a client 'client1' and later under client1 'site management' tab, I put a new site: hostname as www and domain as domain.com. All fine and I noticed there was /var/www/www.domain.com. The problem is, I'm configuring the server locally and have not update DNS pointer for domain.com with registrar just yet. website at domain.com is working on other server, so I wish to update DNS pointer later when I finish uploading and configuring files at this new server. Question: how can I access the content of domain.com locally using web browser? http://192.168.1.5/~client1 returned 404 page.

2. I noticed that when rebooting the server, the was error "shutting postfix failed". Maillog mention something about host not found (myhost.com). During server installation, I put myhost.com as server domain and IP as 192.168.1.5. I know currently myhost.com DNS pointer not pointing to 192.168.1.5 but to other IP address provided by my current server provider. I wish I can update myhost.com to point to my server's public IP when the server goes live. Question: is that why postfix not shutting down correctly?

3. Under ISPConfig > Management > Server > Settings > DNS there are Default NS1 & NS2. How do I get them? I know my co-location provider will provide 8 IP addresses, do I need to pick any 2 of them and put them there? Any configuration/software needed for that? I guess the NS1 & NS2 will be used when adding new sites, so users need to update the domain registrar with new DNS, am I right?


I'm sorry these all are newbies questions but I have not much knowledge on linux & setting up server, but I wish to learn. Please excuse me if this questions already been asked, I searched the forum already but none found.

thanks.

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Old 11th March 2007, 10:09
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http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...%2Fetc%2Fhosts

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Chnge the hostname in /etc/postfix/main.cf

3) This are the values that are filled in as default when you create a new DNS record, this are not the nameservers that the servers uses to resolve domains.
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