Configuring ISPConfig with Dyndns

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by AnthonyArde, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. AnthonyArde

    AnthonyArde New Member

    Hi all,

    I have 2 domains with dyndns: and
    both domains point to my external IP, then my router forwards the correct ports to my servers IP.
    Below is my setup, please if you are able to, tell me what is wrong with this config i have.
    with site 1 i am able to log into the ftp, and control panel. ie: but the actual site does not work.
    here is my config:

    I have created a site and given it these details:

    site one's details:
    hostname: www
    domain :
    ip : 192.XXX.X.XX (internal ip of my server, ports are forwarded)
    create dns: Not checked
    create dns mx: Not checked

    my ispserver details:
    server name: Server 1
    domain :
    ip : 192.XXX.X.XX (internal ip of my server, ports are forwarded)

    the domains : and both point to my external IP with ports forwarded to the internal IP mentioned above

    with this config it doesnt work???

    what should i be doing differently,
    thanks for your assistance in this.
    the internal ip i am using is the same ip for eth0 in ifconfig


  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Use hostname: life

    Use hostname: mysrv
  3. vipernet

    vipernet New Member

    ispconfig3 with dyndns

    Hi all

    i've got exactly the same issue described by AnthonyArde but, in ispconfig3 i can't see where to set


    like 2 different parameters for every website created under ispc.

    The forward of port works perfectly with dyndns and i can the port 80 of my ispconfig and even 8080 for the admin panel.
    But i can't understand how to see websites installed under ispc.
    maybe something like[absolute-server-path]/

    i post two screenshots of the admin panel in site configuration.

    any help very appreciated!

    thks in advance

    thanks in advance.
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2009
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Please open a new thread in the ISPConfig 3 forum.

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