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Old 21st September 2010, 15:38
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Default site2 (client2) redirects to site1 (client1)

Hello,

I have version 3.0.3 of ISPConfig

I have a client1 who have a site1(test.com), it works well

when a client2 creates a site2(test2.com), site1(test.com) redirects to the web folder of client2(test2.com) !!!

why this problem? where it may come?

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Make sure that you either use the IP adress in all websites or that you use * in all sites but do not mix that on the server.
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yes i use ip for all websites of clients !
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any help please ?
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Default I have the same problem

Yes, went I point in explorer http://somedomain2.com is right. When point http://www.somedomain2.com, redirect to somedomain1.com. Why?

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You missed to enable auto subdomain; www in the website settings. A website can only show up if you instructed apache to show it for a specif domain / subdomain. As the website is domain.com and not www.domain.com, then it shows up only when you enter domain.com in the browser of course. If you want that it shows up for the subdomain www as well, then you have to select the auto subdomain www setting.
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You missed to enable auto subdomain; www in the website settings. A website can only show up if you instructed apache to show it for a specif domain / subdomain. As the website is domain.com and not www.domain.com, then it shows up only when you enter domain.com in the browser of course. If you want that it shows up for the subdomain www as well, then you have to select the auto subdomain www setting.
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