Access ISPConfig Panel with named-based Vhost

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by drn17, Jul 24, 2019.

  1. drn17

    drn17 New Member

    Hello, I have bought a domain "domain[dot]com", and I have my web server accessible by "www[dot]domain[dot]com". I have Apache2.4 with PhpMyAdmin and ISPConfig3 installed, and I was able to make the domain "pma[dot]domain[dot]com" showing the PhpMyAdmin panel. I would like to do the same with ISPConfig: accessing the control panel by "isp[dot]domain[dot]com".

    In the phpmyadmin.conf file, I set the ServerName directive and changed the port to 8181, "pma[dot]domain[dot]com" works, with even LE certificates.
    I did the same into the ispconfig.vhost file, setting the ServerName to "isp[dot]domain[dot]com" and changed the port to several values, the standard one 8080 included.

    When I type "isp[dot]domain[dot]com" into the browser, what I get is the default Apache "it works" page, while if I write "www[dot]domain[dot]com:[port]" it opens the ISPConfig panel.

    Am I missing something? If someone could help me, I'd be really grateful since I have been struggling with this for few days.
    Last edited: Jul 24, 2019
  2. Taleman

    Taleman Well-Known Member HowtoForge Supporter

    Any hostname that poinst to your server with port :8080 goes to ISPConfig panel.
    I'm not sure what you try to do. If the goal is to get to ISPConfig panel without writing the port number, I do not know how to do that.
    You can try Internet Search Engines with
    Code: access ISPConfig panel without port
  3. drn17

    drn17 New Member

    Yes, I was trying to access the panel without writing the port number, but using a subdomain instead.
    I took your advice, didn't find anything I already went through, without success, sadly.
    Thank you for your reply, I'll try searching a bit more or find a different solution.
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    You'll have to change the port in the apache ispconfig.vhost file and set a ServerName in the vhost.

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