How can I use this?

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by Ricardooo, Jan 23, 2011.

  1. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

    hi, firts of all im not really good speaking English... you will understand ;)

    ok, im following this tuturial, HERE , but i want know how i can use this server, for what?...

    1. For example, can i host a website for everyone see in internet...
      or what i have to do for everyone can see?

    • The server and ISPCONFIG is only for management of the local sites?

    • With IspConfig, can i do something like a site to allow a person register and have acess to the panel of Ispconfig.

    My priority is a 1. Question... Pls Help ;)
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer


    It doesn't matter if you want to create a public web site or a local site. The difference is the way you set up DNS records.

    You can create an account for another person, and then this person can use ISPConfig.
  3. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member


    just one more thing, there is no way for i can create something to do accounts through some fields in a webpage? :XX

    i really need this, or i will have to do something like a field wich can give me info about a possible user like email, name ,ect... ( what you think about this? )

    Ty ;)
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    You can use ISPConfig's remote API to do this. If you uncompress the ISPConfig .tar.gz file, there is a folder called remoting_client that has some examples.
  5. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

    ty Falko

    for now i have no more questions, but dont close the topic, because i can make more questions later
    ( sory for the bad englisH )

    ty mans...
  6. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

    hy guys here i am again :D

    Now i have completed the tuturial, then i have ispconfig and others working fine :D

    Now i want to know how can the client, registered by me, acess to the ispconfig painel, not being in my network...

    for now i only know access to my site trought the Ip, 192.168.X.X ( i chosen one like this, its ok ? ) how can i put this for everyone see?

    i really appreciate your help ;)
  7. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    You must configure your router to forward port 8080 to your ISPConfig 3 server. Your users can then use your router's public IP (or any hostname that points to your router's public IP) to access ISPConfig.
  8. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

  9. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Was the vhost configuration file created? Should be somewhere in /etc/httpd and its subdirectories.
  10. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

    Falko i Just Follow the tuturials, i dont creat vhost config file for my own, i do all the steps of the tuturial but nothing many...

    Shoul i Creat this file?
    can you give me some instructions or a tuturial ...

    Im a noob in this area, im sorry for that.
  11. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    The vhost configuration file should have been created by ISPConfig, not by you.
  12. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

    Falko, i will see if i have this Vhost File...

    If i Havent' what should i do ?
    Last edited: May 15, 2011
  13. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

    hi Falko

    i really need know this for tomorrow 16-05-11

  14. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Does ISPConfig's Monitor module report any errors?
    Did you disable SELinux?
  15. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

    well after search around the problem, i have certain wich my problem is something around the DNS service Bind\named, but it looks working fine.

    The Problem is not solved, i still cant access to my

    I bet the problem is on dns service ...

    What you guys suggest?
  16. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    What about my previous questions?

    Do you run the DNS server for your domain yourself, or do you use some third-party DNS service?
  17. Ricardooo

    Ricardooo New Member

    No dont show any errors on monitor.

    Yes for other one.

    i dont understand your question, please simplify, sory :\
  18. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    What? You run it yourself, or you use a third-party DNS service? :rolleyes:

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