Debian 3.1 & ISPConfig, perfect setup, but redirected to apache2-default

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by netphreak, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. netphreak

    netphreak New Member

    I have followed the guide for perfect setup with Debian Sarge 3.1. But when I add sites in ISPConfig, they point to 'apache2-default', not the userdirectory which is being created.

    Since I am a newbie in Linux (sorry), I don't know how to fix this. But I have an idea on what might be a reason for this problem:

    My ISP gives me a /29 subnet, so I have 5 available public static IP's. I used one of these IP's when installing, instead of a local subnet address like in the guide ( or whatever).

    Could this be the problem?
  2. Hans

    Hans Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Which settings do you have within ISPConfig under Management > Server > Settings ?
  3. netphreak

    netphreak New Member

    Server Name: Server 1

    Hostname: www
    IP Address:
    Admin Email: [email protected]

    IP List:
  4. Hans

    Hans Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    You can change it into:

    Server Name: Server 1

    Hostname: www
    Domain: *
    IP Address:
    Admin Email: [email protected] **

    * = your domain name of your server.
    For example, if your full qualified domain name is:, you should use here:
    Make sure that the mentioned IP Address belongs to that domain name.

    ** = you can change this into the emailaddress of the ISPConfig system administrator. ([email protected] is the default emailaddress within this field of ISPConfig).

    Within the IP List, you can add the IP-addresses which you've received from your provider. This is uselful, if a domain needs its own IP-address.

    I think these tips are useful to you as you have more than one IP available, however, i do not think that this will solve your problem.
    Last edited: Dec 30, 2006
  5. netphreak

    netphreak New Member

    No, you where right - it didn't solve any problems. But I figured it out. My domain names where pointed to one of my other IP addresses, so I changed the IP address of my Debian box. From *36 to *34. But it wasn't enough to change the /etc/network/interfaces file. I deleted all my entries in the ISPConfig controlpanel, and added them again. It works :)

    But, there's still problems: When I try to access my https://www.domain.dom:81/mailuser, I can see that I am being redirected to that original *36 address. And I can not find where this should be changed! Ideas?
  6. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    It would have been enough if you selected the new IP address for the websites in ISPConfig and save them.

    Have you changed the domain name under management > server > settings and in the file /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/ ?
  7. netphreak

    netphreak New Member

    Ah - editing /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/ did the trick :) Sorry I didn't see that line...

    Thank you for excellent support - I love ISPConfig and these forums :)

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