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Old 20th February 2006, 15:40
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Hi there, After perform a ISPConfig install, everything is working now I went to register one domain as an official nameserver ns1.domain.info and ns2.domain.info and added the ip's for each nameserver.

Then I went to create a site and added a domain for that customer, I did that on friday but is monday and site is not running.

On my server I did: dig www.asesoriasit.net and I got:
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached

and then when I use dig asesoriasit.net
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached

I got same thing, but when I check on Godaddy's record is pointing to ns1.asesoriasit.info with ip 200.89.230.204.

Kind of lost!!!
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Old 20th February 2006, 22:53
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Did you create DNS records for your domain?
What are the authoritative name servers for your domain?
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Old 22nd February 2006, 16:12
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Did you create DNS records for your domain?
What are the authoritative name servers for your domain?
Hi Falko!!
At the begining I did not create DNS record!
the authoritative name server that I create ns1.asesoriasit.info 200.89.230.204 ns2.asesoriasit.info 200.89.230.203 and godaddy tooked ok.

Then I set the name server for asesoriasit.net as ns1.asesoriasit.info and ns2.asesoriasit.info

Still waiting to see something, when I go to http://200.89.230.204 shows shared ip, but unable to see asesoriasit.net!!!

Thanks for any tips!!
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Still waiting to see something, when I go to http://200.89.230.204 shows shared ip, but unable to see asesoriasit.net!!
You can not browse websites in ISPConfig by IP. If you use the IP you will always get he shared IP page. You must use the domain of the web, e.g. http://www.asesoriasit.net
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http://www.asesoriasit.net/ is now working for me!
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You see!!!!

That's my problem!!! everybody can see my sites but not me!!!!

How do I supouse to run a site if on my local computer don't show up!!!

I'll try at to see if am able to see asesoriasit.net

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Which nameservers do you use on your local computer? Maybe you should use different ones.
If your server is in the same local network than your client PC, then it's possible that your router doesn't support loopbacks into your local network.
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Server is in: 200.89.230.204 and 203 router is in 202 and other clients use Dynamic DHCP! It might affect??

Also can you Install SquirreMail to be used with ISPConfig ?? and phpmyadmin how to integrate it?? I've check on manual and refers https://www.yourdomain.com:81/webmail and https://www.yourdomain.com:81/phpmyadmin but need some guidance before mess configuration up.

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I've check on manual and refers https://www.yourdomain.com:81/webmail and https://www.yourdomain.com:81/phpmyadmin but need some guidance before mess configuration up.
You can use phpMyAdmin ( http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/p...-2.6.4-pl3.pkg ) and Webmail ( http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/webmail.pkg ) from the ISPConfig web site and install them in ISPConfig using the Update function: Management -> Update Manager -> Update.
But the webmail is Uebimiau, not Squirrelmail. If you want to use Squirrelmail, you can create a web site in ISPConfig for it and then install Squirrelmail in that web site.
Or you install it in a new folder in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web, then it will be served by ISPConfig's Apache on port 81.
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Well I must said that am happy now, I've seen webmail and phpmyadmin installed as simple as a three clicks.

What happen if I create a database for one of my users directly on phpmyadmin, rather than use what ISPConfig suggest me.
ie. DB Name: web10_db4 DB User: web10_u2
db name: site00_mambo user: site00_adm

Can that work for several sites being site00, site01, site02, etc.

Also what will be the proper Pop3 and smtp settings for email clients?

pop.domainname.net and smtp.domainname.net ??

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