Its very strange. I had a server setup up at home that was being readied to be shipped off to a host. Everything was setup and working correctly. I could access ISPConfig, create websites, manage services, everything. Then I shut it down for a few weeks until the time came to move it out. I brought it back up yesterday and I get a connection reset when I connect to ISPConfig. The strange thing is I get an alert from my browser about the SSL cert not being safe because I created it myself. So a connection is established. I'm connecting to https://mydomain.com:81/
No error messages show up in /root/ispconfig/httpd/logs/error_log. service ispconfig_server restart (I'm on CentOS 4.3) doesn't change the situation and doesn't alert me to any errors. I can still access the websites I've created with ISPConfig.
I had originally installed 2.2.3. This morning I went ahead and grabbed 2.2.6 and upgraded with that to see if that would fix anything. The upgrade/installation went good without a problem, however, I get the same problem as before.
I've tried accessing ISPConfig through both the domain name and the IP address. Both give the same result.
Thanks much for any help!