Does it matter to use the real FQDN in ISPCONFIG server?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by wammy28, Jan 19, 2009.

  1. wammy28

    wammy28 New Member

    Dear all
    I did install ISPCONFIG ver 2.x fro my perfect CentOS 5.2 (x64) installed for a while. I will place this server to ISP for co-location server and put the real IP to it. I have questions for the server name during installation. After I read all the manuals. I still confused.

    1.Does it matter to use the real FQDN in ISPCONFIG server? Or I can continue use

    2. I used to install the server and put the real FQDN (eg. and after I create the reseller site. I have problem with creation of real www site with the real FQDN. ISPCONFIG said it already there!!! such as I want my reseller to create but my reseller can't do this.

  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    1) If you want to use your server to send and receive emails, you will have to replace with the real hostname.

    2) This is not a conflict with the hostname of the server. You must have created a site or in ispconfig already. If you want to recreate a site again, delete it end then empty the recycle bin.
  3. wammy28

    wammy28 New Member

    Thanks for your answer. I will change and try it again.:)

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