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Old 15th November 2006, 18:00
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Default sorry correction

i think there needs to be a fix to be able to change the ip address of the co-domains if there a place to do this manually?

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Old 16th November 2006, 15:49
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Originally Posted by nightshade2109
any ideas the other thing is if i change the ispconfig's ip's to my external ip everything works, but www.mysite.co.za or mysite.co.za goes to /var/www and the vhosts stop working. any idea? maybe i need to setup my bind config for nat or something im pretty new to linux so if anyone could help i would appreciate it thanks in advance
You must always use the IP addresses in ISPConfig that you see when you run
on your system, so if it shows local IP addresses you must use these local IP addresses in ISPConfig, otherwise your name-based vhosts won't work.
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