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Old 20th August 2007, 17:16
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Hi,
My main problem is how do i use the same ip address of the machine that i've installed ISPCONFIG to host my website. The problem am facing now is that i get this message "Shared IP Address" when i try to access using its ip address after site setup.

I really want to host a web locally as a test site using ISPCONFIG before making any future plan.

I need to use the same ip for site setup and am new to ISPCONFIG.

Any help?
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Old 20th August 2007, 18:10
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Thats not a problem, you can use the ame IP for ISPConfig and websites on the same server.

For the shared IP error: Please search the forum for this error message. It is always caused by the same misconfiguration and I post always the same answer, but I refuse to post the answer more then once a day
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Old 21st August 2007, 15:46
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mnzava:
Very Simple.
in /var/www/sharedip replace index.html with you own page. Very important thas file have read attributte for othes.
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Old 27th August 2007, 15:56
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Thank you very much david for your valuable help. I did as you suggest but i cant access my website via ispconfig for administration purposes.

What should i do to be able to administer my site via ISPCONFIG?
thanx in advance
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Old 27th August 2007, 19:26
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Ok:
Very simple for administration via ISPConfig
You have two options:
First Option: https://ip_addess:81/
Second Option: https://domain:81/
User: admin
Password: mypassword

For any user can admin you own account is this form:

1.- https://ip_address:81/mailuser
or 2.- https://domain:81/mailuser
In this point user put own account: webn_nameuser and user

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Old 28th August 2007, 08:13
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May be i dont get clear. I have replaced index.html in sharedip folder with my contents contents but when i login with my user account in web ftp, i cant see my website contents.

My aim is to administer my site through ISPCONFIG, but manual replacement of index.html with my site contents in SHAREDIP folder, doesn't seems to do the trick for me to access my site through ISPCONFIG.
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Old 28th August 2007, 10:14
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May be i dont get clear. I have replaced index.html in sharedip folder with my contents contents but when i login with my user account in web ftp, i cant see my website contents..
This is completely wrong. The shared IP folder is not for websites. Please remove your site from this folder.

You must access the website that you created in ISPConfig by its domain name and not IP address. If the domain does not exist in DNS, you can add it in the hosts file of your workstatíon.
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Till is correct!!!!
Use ways in my before post.
Plus you have to set up your account how administrator
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