Checked to see if I could break it....

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by fathertime, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. fathertime

    fathertime New Member

    I did.

    When you log in on to the ISPConfig interface and go the System : Server Config:

    Don't change the IP, subnet, and gateway. It makes the server not work. Leave it alone. I tried to enter in Static IP information and changed it from the localhost information. When I restarted, no server, just files on a machine.

    Falko or Till,

    Any idea on what file I need to access in order to change it back to the localhost information rather than the static ip info?

    ISPconfig3-Lenny install via Perfect Setup.

    Thank you,

  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    the network config on debian lenny should work fine. maybe the infos where not correct or your network card is not eth0. you can change the info manually by editing /etc/network/interfaces
  3. fathertime

    fathertime New Member

    That file is ok.

    I changed the settings in the ISPconfig interface (user interface).

    The ip information for ISPconfig located in the system tab under the "system" tab of "server config" is where I changed the information.

    Originally it was set at . I changed it to the static IP and now I cannot access the server interface nor ssh.

    Do you know where that page of input updated the server config?

    I checked the previous location that you suggested and that file is set correctly to the static ip.

    I want to change the local information back.



    Sorry bout the double post, I meant for it to give additional information.
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    I posted it already above, its /etc/networ/interfaces and thats the only file that got changed. So if the content of this file is correct, then your problems are not related to the change that you did in the server config in ispconfig.

    What else have you changed?
  5. fathertime

    fathertime New Member

    Thank you Till

    You were right eth0 to eth1.

    Many thanks. I was thinking of installing again, but you saved the day.


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