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Old 23rd January 2011, 23:18
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hi, firts of all im not really good speaking English... you will understand

ok, im following this tuturial, HERE , but i want know how i can use this server, for what?...
  1. For example, can i host a website for everyone see in internet...
    or what i have to do for everyone can see?
  1. The server and ISPCONFIG is only for management of the local sites?
  1. With IspConfig, can i do something like a site to allow a person register and have acess to the panel of Ispconfig.

My priority is a 1. Question... Pls Help
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  1. For example, can i host a website for everyone see in internet...
    or what i have to do for everyone can see?
Yes.

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  1. The server and ISPCONFIG is only for management of the local sites?
It doesn't matter if you want to create a public web site or a local site. The difference is the way you set up DNS records.

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  1. With IspConfig, can i do something like a site to allow a person register and have acess to the panel of Ispconfig.
You can create an account for another person, and then this person can use ISPConfig.
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Old 24th January 2011, 15:20
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ok

just one more thing, there is no way for i can create something to do accounts through some fields in a webpage? :XX

i really need this, or i will have to do something like a field wich can give me info about a possible user like email, name ,ect... ( what you think about this? )

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Old 25th January 2011, 14:28
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You can use ISPConfig's remote API to do this. If you uncompress the ISPConfig .tar.gz file, there is a folder called remoting_client that has some examples.
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Old 25th January 2011, 18:41
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ty Falko

for now i have no more questions, but dont close the topic, because i can make more questions later
( sory for the bad englisH )

ty mans...
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Old 6th February 2011, 04:28
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hy guys here i am again

Now i have completed the tuturial, then i have ispconfig and others working fine


Now i want to know how can the client, registered by me, acess to the ispconfig painel, not being in my network...

for now i only know access to my site trought the Ip, 192.168.X.X ( i chosen one like this, its ok ? ) how can i put this for everyone see?


i really appreciate your help
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You must configure your router to forward port 8080 to your ISPConfig 3 server. Your users can then use your router's public IP (or any hostname that points to your router's public IP) to access ISPConfig.
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Hi again frends.

Now i have a problem, I Just Follow this tuturial ( http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-se...64-ispconfig-3 )

I do all of the steps, but now in Ispconfig i want creat a website, then i search and found this tuturial ( http://docs.ispconfig.org/creating-web-sites/ ), i do all like the tuturial

But, nothing happens when i browse to MYchosenDOMAIN.com ! Hosting not found... ... ...

What you guys suggest? :|

(Sory for the Bad Eng)
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Was the vhost configuration file created? Should be somewhere in /etc/httpd and its subdirectories.
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Old 12th May 2011, 14:35
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Falko i Just Follow the tuturials, i dont creat vhost config file for my own, i do all the steps of the tuturial but nothing many...

Shoul i Creat this file?
can you give me some instructions or a tuturial ...

Im a noob in this area, im sorry for that.
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