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Old 14th January 2012, 23:34
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Default Multiple Sites & IP's - ISPCONFIG 3

I'm running ISPConfig 3.0.2.1 and Centos 5.7

I have 3 IP Addresses and 3 Websites.

Everything was set up fine and website A and IP A have been running fine.
Today I have added two more IP's and two more Websites, again also fine.

In ISP config I have assigned an IP address to each website and the main website websiteA.co.uk is still running fine.

The problem is when I go to websiteB.co.uk it takes me to:

websiteB.co.uk/www.websiteA.co.uk

And therefore displays Website A's 404 message.

This is also the same if I go to website B's IP address.

Can someone please shed some light to where i'm going wrong.

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Old 15th January 2012, 13:48
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I guess you entered a redirect path www.websiteA.co.uk in www.websiteB.co.uk. If the path does not start with http://, it gets interpreted by apache as filesystem folder, so apache redirects you to the folder www.websiteA.co.uk in the website www.websiteB.co.uk.

To fix that, change the redirect path to:

http://www.websiteA.co.uk
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