ISP Server Setup - OpenSUSE 10

Discussion in 'Server Operation' started by dspuser, May 22, 2006.

  1. dspuser

    dspuser New Member


    I have read that nice article made by tado.

    Now I have some questions.

    The VMware I think this is a partition already on the Harddisk ?.

    I can see, that tado only is using one NIC.

    Is he then using a hardware router in the front of his server ?

    Thanks in advance for replies.

  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    No. VMWare is the name of the harddisk. I used the VMWare virtualisation software to write the howto. In your case, the harrdisk may ba nemaed seagate, quanrum, maxtor or any other harddisk manufacturer.

    I used a hardware router, but this does not matter. This is not a dialup setup, it is a setup that you may use either with a hardware router or with a server in a datacenter that is directly connected to the internet.
  3. dspuser

    dspuser New Member

    Hi till.

    Thanks for a fast comming back with reply to my queries.

    Ok about the VMWare being the name of the harddisk.

    And then it is confirmed that you use a router. At the start of reading your setup tool, I had the idea, that you would use 2 NIC's. The reason for that is, that I do it myself yet on a Clarkconnect server, that I want to close, and install a SuSE 10.0 using your advice.

    I had not the idea about a dialup setup.

    I'm on DSL here 2048/512.

    If using 2 NIC's instead of a router, what if anything should then be changed with reference to your server setup article.

    Thanks again

  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    What do you want to do with your two network cards?
  5. dspuser

    dspuser New Member

    I want to have the one for the WLAN, and the other one for LAN.

  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    But why don't you use your router for it? It should have a built-in switch.
  7. dspuser

    dspuser New Member

    You are quite right, and now I have the router connected :)

    Works excellent, and I'm setting up the server at the present.

    I have reached the Apache section, but as I should run SuSEconfig, there is a claim, and I'm sure that's because I have modified the by hand. My experience is, that it gives that sort of problems.

    Shall I start another thread to show what I mean ?

  8. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    SuSEconfig is always complaining about /etc/postfix/ You can ignore it.
  9. dspuser

    dspuser New Member


    Thanks for the information.

    Then, could I ask You to help me with my apache problem also written in this forum?.


  10. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    We try to help where we can.
  11. dspuser

    dspuser New Member

    I know, and thanks for that.

    I have the server up running now, but I have to examine why I cannot calle it by

    I have set it up for HTTPS. I have printed the manual out, and maby I can find the solution there.

  12. dspuser

    dspuser New Member

    Hello again.

    Now I'm having a problem.

    After the install of ISPConfig, I rebooted as mentioned in the online manual.
    Alslo I ran the quotacheck:



    quotaon -avug

    (should that be done after each restart ?.)

    Now after the reboot, I cannot call the ISPConfig.

    Before I could do it using the https:ip.for.mydomain:81

    I could not use the, as I had the idea that I could, as I have set www during the install.

    Nor could I find a logfile where I could see what happens when I call ISPConfig.

    Is there a logfile for it, and where is it placed ?.

    Do anyone else have ideas to solve the problem ?

    Thanks in advance.

  13. dspuser

    dspuser New Member

    The ISPConfig server did not ran.

    I found the command here in this forum:

    /etc/init.d/ispconfig_server restart

    Telle me please how many services do i have to manually start up after a boot, as I have at least encoutered 3-4 or so ?

  14. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    chkconfig --add ispconfig_server
    to make ISPConfig start at boot time.

    No, just once.
  15. dspuser

    dspuser New Member

    Thanks for your kind reply.

  16. dspuser

    dspuser New Member


    What do you think is the reason, that I can call ISPConfig using the server's IP, but not with it's url ?

  17. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    I guess it's a wrong or non-existing DNS record.
  18. dspuser

    dspuser New Member


    Ok, I'll look for this.

  19. dspuser

    dspuser New Member


    Do you mean in ISPconfig or is it for my ISP ?
  20. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Can you post the IP address and the URL you're trying to use to connect to ISPConfig?

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