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Old 8th August 2011, 13:26
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Old 8th August 2011, 13:28
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Old 8th August 2011, 13:55
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The page that you see there is a parking page from a domain registration company or a similar site. It is unlikely that this page is on your server (if you havent uploaded it yourself).

There are 2 likely options:

1) The IP address of your domain does not point to the server yet. You can test this on your workstation by using the ping command:

ping www.yourdomain.com

ping should then shwo the IP address of your server. If you dont see the IP of your server, then you have to correct the DNS Records of your domain.

2) the other option is that you might have misspelled the domain name.
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Old 8th August 2011, 15:07
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The site was registered at godaddy, and thats def not a godaddy parking page.

name servers are point at ns1.cbccnet.com and ns2(ispconfig server)
ping the name server, and I get the right IP responding

The dns config in ispconfig appears correct.

pinging www.thealvarados.com and thealvarados.com checks out as well.

spelling appears to be correct across the board.

I get this parking page if I use a different index.html from the default ispconfig page.

When I did the install I used the Perfect install process for Debian 6, and the ISPConfig install process from the manual. No errors. The only deviation I made was to install the monocomplete package. But on a different server I had the same issues without mono.

I also want to thank you for working me through some of this, i do appreciate it. Are there any other things I can check? Being new to linux and ISPConfig I am kinda stuck.

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Old 8th August 2011, 15:23
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A little more info that I found.

I create a very basix html doc, called it index.html. And boom, the site pops up as advertised. After more picking the website does the same thing if I open it from windows explorer on my box. So I guess ISP config is working as advertised.

Now on to figuring out how to fix this...
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Old 8th August 2011, 16:06
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I am all sorted. Turned out that the "actual" index.html file was buried in a subfolder.

This appears to be a great community. I was really impressed at how easily I could go from no real linux knowledge to have a working web hosting server.

Thanks again.

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