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Old 4th July 2009, 18:22
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Hey there, I just installed a new perfect ubuntu 9.04 server with ispconfig 3. I setup about 10 domains on it so far and have set one live. It was pulling up last night, but now from many locations Iget a page that say "It Works"

Could this be because the domain is the same as the host name of the server ie, hostname = myserver.my-domain.com and one of the sites is called my-domain.com??


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Old 4th July 2009, 19:37
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One thing I just noticed, on my same network I have some other server, that have Public IP address within the same block as the ispconfig server, which are all connected to the same switch. So say from ip 67.100.X.X machine, I type in www.my-domain.com, it pulls up the website that is located on the ispconfig server at IP 67.100.X.Y. But off net like from my house I go to my-domain.com I get the It Works! page????

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Old 6th July 2009, 04:00
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anybody?

It's strange it kind of works now. But as I'm making more of the sites live, they have the same problem. Like I can go to mydomain1.com and it displays the site, but If I type www.mydomain1.com I get the It works! I have made sure that on my zoneedit control panel I have an entry for mydomain.com and www.mydomain1.com for the same IP...


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Why don't you use ping or dig to verify the ip that the url resolves to on both machines. Perhaps you have an orphaned hosts file entry somewere, or perhaps you have a port forwarding or router security forwarding problem. Some routers won't let you properly use an external address from within a lan. I doubt it's an ispconfig3 issue but it could be, I'm just a rookie with ispc3 myself.
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Old 6th July 2009, 06:12
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I figured it out. I did make sure the IP's resolve correct etc. the problem was within ISPConfig. When you create a domain it asks fr the domain which I typed in mydomain1.com, well down below in those options before you hit save there is a opton for Auto Subdomain which was set to none. I changed it to www, and whala, it works.

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