Disabling Let's Encrypt leads website to another domain, could this be a bug ?

Discussion in 'General' started by lonerunner, Sep 1, 2020.

  1. lonerunner

    lonerunner Member

    So as title says i found kinda an issue and i am not sure is this some sort of a bug in ISPConfig or something is wrong server side specifically.

    I have the standard scenario following one of the "The Perfect Server" guides for web hosting having multiple clients and multiple websites setup on server all through ISPConfig but i just found out i don't know if this is a bug server side or something with ISPConfig or Let's Encrypt.

    I have
    Client1 > bwebsite.com
    Client2 > awebsite.com
    Client3 > cwebsite.com
    etc

    The issue happens if i go to domain edit and disable ssl and let's encrypt on cwebsite.com, the server no longer point to that domain, instead it redirects to awebsite.com, actually it redirects to first alphabetical domain name in domain list and this will happen unless i enable back let's encrypt or go to ftp and delete let'sencrypt shotrlinks created in domain ssl.
    A strange thing this is, but could be installation specific to my server or something don't get properly updated through ispconfig.
     
  2. Th0m

    Th0m ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

  3. lonerunner

    lonerunner Member

    I wasn't aware this is long time issue, however i never had a need to remove let'sEncrypt from domain until now. Looks like i will do a workaround as suggested in the tread as you said. To make a default website to fall back to it.
     
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    That's actually not an issue, it's the default behavior of apache and Nginx web server. But some people don't like how apache and Nginx handle this, that's why they made a feature request.
     
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